‘It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!’

Continuing our visit to Bridgemere Garden World. Bethany stands amongst some cone and berry wreaths and garlands.

Some were dispayed on doors like these below to give a festive welcome to your home.

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Berries, some frosted, and cones to drap over your mantlepieces or up the banisters etc.

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A very dainty grey leaf garland.

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Sprays of pine cones and needles, again in a garland form.

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A garland of dried pine cones to the left.

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Here are some skis and ski boots that are made and carved from wood and bark.

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Enjoying a ride on another of Santa’s Reindeers but without the golden jingle bells. Liking the bare tree backcloth.

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I absolutely adored and would have loved to have bought this grey knitted in cable stitch young Reindeer. It was my very favourite item of everything there. Didn’t dare look at his price!

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I think that he has the most attractive and endearing little face.

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This was another most attractive twig tree decorated with ‘Posh’ labelled ornaments in gold and silver.

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9 thoughts on “‘It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!’

  1. Fabulous Photo’s Kendal, Bethany was wearing the perfect colour to co-ordinate with all the lovely decorations and Christmas items. The little knitted Reindeer is so sweet, I would have also found him hard to resist.
    Sasha hugs Dee x

  2. Kendal, it’s snowing! How on earth did you do that?? And would you send some our way, please?

    This is darling, and I love your Bethany. Thank you, again, for all your hard work for all of us. I love it!

    Merry Christmas!


  3. How *delightful* to find your blog up-and-running once again… just in time for Christmas, which is only a week away. Bethany is such a *beauty* with her bobbed blonde hair tucked in her knitted
    skull cap that matches that sweet ourfit she is wearing… I do love the 68 girls!
    Great photography Kendal… show-casing the colors of winter… greys, whites, reds, greens and earthy
    browns… splashed with a little gold and silver.
    Since I have a *thing* for reindeers… I admit to lovin’ that awesomely big white plush that Bethday is riding
    most confidently and, of course, her little grey cabled reindeer with the felt-like horns is beyond precious.
    Fun… fun… fun photos! Thank you for capturing some *magic* for the holidays.
    Hugs, -Anne

  4. Please tell me that you bought that little Reindeer! Bethany and he have clearly bonded! A charming Christmas blog to cheer us all up and make us forget the amount of work we have to do to make Christmas happen! Just love it. xxx Karin

  5. Oooooh Kendal, these fab photos really do illustrate what a beautiful colour grey actually is and I bet Christopher Kane would approve of this outfit 🙂 Whoever designed and knitted this is an extremely talented person.

    I’m sure I won’t be alone in thanking you for all the care and attention you have devoted to your postings/photographs this year. I would also like to thank the contributions made by your fellow Sasha colleagues – even if Fritz did burst out laughing when I showed him my felt hat that I produced after reading the appropriate hat making instructions on your blog :):):):)

    Hee-hee……keep wondering if any of your Sashas will acquire Puffa jackets this Christmas 🙂

    P.S. How about a Sasha ‘grey’ theme in 2013, featuring the Alvis Grey Lady (http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C314397 )? Ross and Fritz can check the oil and water.

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