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Once, when there were no our little girls on the earth we bought a small Christmas tree which was a brilliant curve. I did not run the shops for Christmas decorations, just baked gingerbread, cut oranges into slices, which were then dried in the oven. I prepared a few nuts in the shells on ribbons and got ready to dress up our pretty miserable looking Christmas tree. It was one of the most beautiful Christmas trees that I had. To this day I remember her wonderful beauty, fragrance, and gradual eating of the delights. She was wearing not so much, had sparse branches but thanks to it looked light and even though not dignified but incredibly warm. And these are just my decorations, I do not like extravagance, fancy decors. I am closer to tradition, simplicity and classic, wood and paper ornaments with an emphasis on less than more. With the latter there is no fear because our kids will decrease our decoration resources effectively and if not them there is a rule of our home that at least once a tree has to „fly” down and really do not ask me why. This just happens and that’s it :).
czyli najlepiej już rozpiszę plan działania na 4 babcine ręce…:) Zdjęcie House Doctor
Christmas tree or not Christmas tree… a wonderful garland, which I will have next year,
I will start to prepare a plan of action for 4 Grandma’s hands … 🙂 Picture House Doctor
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1. Indiska 2. i 4. Rice 3. i 5. abay 6. i 9. House Doctor 7 i 8. IndiskaWszystkie ozdoby do zdobycia w sklepie, w którym zanurzam się
i delektuje każdą najdrobniejszą rzeczą, która w nim jest.
Wszystko jedno czy na sprzedaż czy nie. Anthropologie.Przytulna klasyka, zdjęcia z Ideal Home