We are on to the last three days of the KAL. It is all about assembly now so grab your project box or bag as we start on the big reveal. Looking at the picture of this part of my wreath, I’m reminded of a trip on my bucket list. I think today’s part is rather like the northern lights.
I don’t know about you but I’ve sometimes found it hard to relax this year. So, I’m going to share with you through this Winter Wreath my tips to create hygge this winter in the hope that the New Year will start off right. It’s a Danish word (pronounced “hoo-ga”), and its that feeling of…
We are blessed with some version of a blue sky all year. My Winter wreath section has streaks of a cloudy, rainy sky but with the promise of some crisp winter sun. A reminder of what we’ve had and what will be.
‘The proof of the Winter Wreath is in the hanging’ to put a topical twist on a very old proverb.
It is the life of the crystal, the architect of the flake, the fire of the frost, the soul of the sunbeam. This crisp winter air is full of it.” – John Burroughs
The penultimate day of the KAL and I’d like to recommend to you two cute, ‘dipping into and out of’ books. When you are feeling in need of some coziness they are a good reference point.
I’ve always fancied foraging for wild edible plants. I have berries at the allotment in the plot and in the hedgerow. I like them because they don’t always require preparation and cooking and, added to vodka or gin they are amazing. It would be great to find nuts and mushrooms too. Our world really is…