So from me and Charlie’s world to all of you lovely readers MERRY CHRISTMAS!! I truly hope your Christmas will be filled with love and warmth ❤️
The easiest and fastest christmas plant decoration is made with three hyacinths and some moss in a transparent pot or bowl, this is a real favorite of mine every year. I usually start christmas in November with this certain decoration.
Just take them out of his little pot and poke them down as they are with the earth and everything and decorate with a small amount of moss. Ensuring the roots gives a rustic , beautiful feeling.
Dear Christmas, I love you. I think you know that.
I have prayed for your quick delivery, I have crossed days of my calendar, counted days, minutes and seconds and now here you are. Christmas has officially begun. Yesterday I was out in my hometown with my father, I got my teeth polished before heading to the local mall to visit Santa Claus, look at the spinning Christmas tree and see its windows that always make you feel like you are living in a fairytale. And I felt like I was five once again. Santa was large and sweet, the tree was grand and magnificent. Christmas songs played softly in the background.
there is something about christmas songs, each and every one of us have our christmas favorites that make us feel the christmas spirit, So day on nine of 12 days of christmas, I will share my favorite christmas songs.
Love Charlie xx hohoho
Here comes a recipe that symbolizes Christmas for me more than most things. Gingerbread cookies are incredibly delicious, but I must admit I usually stick to the store-bought dough.
1 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup of water
1/3 cup of corn syrup (half white, half dark)
150 g of butter
1.5 tbsp of cinnamon
1.5 tbsp of ginger
1 tsp of ground cloves
1.5 tsp of baking soda
2.9 cups of flour
1. Bring sugar, water and syrup to boil.
2. Take of the heat and stir in the butter.
3. Mix in all other ingredients.
4. Wrap the dough in plastic foil.
5. Let sit in the fridge for 8 hours or over night.
6. Preheat the oven to 340 F / 180 C.
7. Roll out the dough super thin, make sure you sprinkle the surface you’re baking on with plenty of flour.
8. Push out different patterns with molds.
9. Bake for about 6 min or until a little brown on top.
10. Let cool.
Love Charlie xx hohoho
Cedar branches, thin wire, garden shears, baby’s breath (45 min.)
Form a garland (ours was five feet long) by wiring branches together (overlap about four to six inches), making sure all point in same direction. Shape into circle and secure with wire. Add baby’s breath sprigs and your fave miniature creature