I showed you a lot of my inside decorations & crafts for Christmas in my last 4 posts, but today I want to share with you my little garden. Just in time for Christmas we got snow and Riley, our tom cat is wondering about what's all that white stuff, he never saw it before.
It started snowing a little on Thursday and on Friday afternoon when I came home from work my garden was covered in just a sugery coat. I like that my little crabapple tree looks like it is decorated with red ornaments with the few remaining little apples.
Just some photos from around the patio and garden:
Doesn't the burlap bag looks as if Santa has forgotten it there? In reality there is a pot with perrenials in the bag to protect them from the frost.
A glass cloche on one of my garden tables:
I had to take a photo of Riley too watching me taking photos outside with this surprised little face lol
Then later on Friday evening we got more and more snow:
And this is what my little garden looked like on Saturday morning after a freezing cold night with minus 13 degrees celsius brrrrrr I took this photo from the roof top window in my studio:
It's freezing outside but it is so cozy inside the cottage and I love the view through the living room window and this gives me a really vintage Christmas feeling like in the old Christmas movies that I like to watch at this time of the year.
Almost all the peanuts and seeds and apples that I put out on my patio table for the birdies are covered under a white blanket of sparkling snow now.
But they still have the feeder to find something to eat. My garden princess is now wearing a snow crown.
I tried to take some photos last night when it had snowed even more, but they are all a bit blurry :
Well blurry or not I think you can still see how cosy it looks with the big red lantern lit and all the candle light inside of the cottage.
These last two pictures are from my kitchen window, taken from outside and inside
with the window wreath and all my little metall cottages lit by candles:
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I 'd be happy if you liked the little tour around my snowy home and with only 3 days left until Christmas (we celebrate on the 24th here in Germany) I'll take this opportunity to wish you all where ever you are in the world a very Merry and Peaceful Christmas!
See you again soon I hope!
xoxo Carola *~*~*~*~*~*