Christmas Eve Eve

Lamp

Lamp

Baseball Lamp Shade

Baseball Lamp Shade

"Say Cheese!"

“Say Cheese!”

Plaid Sheets

Plaid Sheets

Scissors

Scissors

Plaid Curtains

Plaid Curtains

Figure

Figure (with hook hand!)

Room (where drawings were found!)

Room (where drawings were found!)

"Ahhhh! A monster!"

“Ahhhh! A monster!”

Feathers

Feathers

Sunset Sky

Sunset Sky

Succulents

Succulents

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus

A few pictures from Christmas last year…

Gingerbread Church (2013)

Gingerbread Church (2013)

Orange Slice Oculus and carmelized sugar stained glass windows (waiting to be installed haha)

Orange Slice Oculus and carmelized sugar stained glass windows (waiting to be installed haha)

Working on a gingerbread Eiffel Tower for this Christmas!

2013: Joseph and a little lamb. (This year it'll be a wiseman and an angel!)

2013: Joseph and a little lamb. (This year it’ll be a wiseman and an angel!)

Christmas 2013

Christmas 2013

2013

2013

2013

2013

2013 Spy Garden with Snow (before the deer fence expansion)

2013 Spy Garden with Snow (before the deer fence expansion)

I’m dreaming of a white Christmas this year; will it snow?!

Santa

Santa

Nine year old piggies in a blanket haha

Nine year old piggies in a blanket haha

Teepee

Teepee 12.23.14

5 thoughts on “Christmas Eve Eve

  1. narf77

    I hope you all had a magnificent day. I didn’t realise that Spy Garden was so teeny first up! It’s MUCH bigger now :). I had a most interesting conversation with someone about sweet potato pumpkins. They were given some seed and were wondering what they were like. Any hints? Loving that snow. We had rain and sunshine and heat all in one day and in the right order for once! I even found the time to pot up some amazing seeds that a friend sent to me. Surely potting up seeds on Christmas Day gives them a little Je ne sais quoi that they would otherwise be missing. I hope visions of garden futures dance in your head until you get back out into gorgeous Spy Garden in 2015 :)

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    1. Spy Garden Post author

      Spy Garden is ALWAYS expanding hahah. The sweet potato pumpkins, in my experience, are basically like regular pumpkins though the flesh is smoother (less stringy than some varieties). We had blue skies for Christmas, which was just fine. There’s more winter to be had around here so we can sit tight and wait for snow on another day. And it was nice to enjoy a walk through Spy Garden (already imagining spring of course!) Merry Christmas to you!

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