Hello sweet friends,
First of all a big thank you for all of you who made the Simply Neutrals parties such a happy gathering, filled with beauty and love!
This week's Simply Neutrals will be the last for the year 2015.
The next one will be on Tuesday the 5th of January.
From a weekly party it will change to a twice-a-month party. Every month there will be two parties: on the first and third Tuesdays of the month. I will add a calendar on my sidebar so we'll easily see when's the next party.
For this week I chose some photos I took on a Christmas Fair two years ago.
If you visited my other blog, you might have seen this gorgeous castle and its beautiful gardens which is close to our home and where I love visiting.
If you haven't seen my post on this fairy tale castle yet, you can see it HERE.
Every year there is a Christmas Fair, country living style.
They sell all kind of goods,
but of course the focus is on Christmas.
Features of last week
Here are some of the photos that caught my eye in the party last week.
IF YOU LIKE TO PIN SOME OF THESE FEATURED PHOTOS
THEN PLEASE DO SO FROM THE ORIGINAL BLOGS
OF WHICH YOU CAN FIND THE LINKS BELOW.
(Just click on the name of the blogs mentioned.)
Everyone has made a great effort in creating, photographing and writing blog posts
and I want all credit to go to the owners of these photos.
So please pin these photos from their blogs and not mine.
First I'd like to share with you the stunning journal
Suzy of suziqusthreadworks shared with us.
This particular journal is one of my all time favourites.
It is a journal in which she's experimenting with mixed media
after a workshop of Nellie Wortman.
I love the whole feel of it. It's so peaceful.
Suzy's journal "Through Winter's Door" brings me to another door...
which is photographed by Mascha of Maschas Buch.
A beautiful door with iron work...
And she also shared this great photo of a beautiful stone ornament.
Speaking of ornaments...
Her soldering work is just stunning.
And I love how she makes these gorgeous vignettes with them.
She also shared this beautiful Christmas tree bottle.
Which makes the circle of this week complete,
bringing us back to where we started,
it being Christmas in only a few weeks!
Sweeties, here's your button:
It's a very busy time here.
We not only celebrate Christmas here in the Netherlands,
but also Sinterklaas, a typical Dutch celebration.
It's especially for the children.
Which means a whole lot of work for the parents :)
But of course we grown-ups enjoy the celebrations very much as well.
If I haven't been visiting your blog lately,
then please know I will do my best,
but am a bit restricted in time at the moment.
Simply Neutrals #013 party time!
What neutral coloured beauty did you find or make or buy or receive?
Post anything in neutral colours,
be it cream, white, grey, beige, silver and/or brown.
A creation you made or received, home decoration, a statue or architecture, or anything out there that you were allowed to take a photo of.