While window shopping in Venice, Italy, I came across these beautiful Murano ornaments. They would make an extraordinary tree , but I am sure it would be the price of a small luxury car to purchase those beauties, so I think I stick with the photo. We also discovered the fanciful chest in Venice, and it practically pranced out to greet us as we strolled by. Don’t you think it is a dead ringer for Rudolph?
This bold group could bearly contain themselves and I found them draped across my easel.
I love Santas, snowmen, and cherubs and can’t keep myself from sketching them all year. Son, Matt, painted the “Mary” for an art class assignment, and I loved and laid claim to it for my display. If you look close, you can see Santas, snowmen, cherubs, and reindeer on my tree. I also have birds, bears and a few years ago we added a Santa-hatted armidillo from San Antonio.