I am so happy you stopped by. I hope you stay for a while and click on many of my projects.
A new year has started and I hope many of my new posts for this year may help you all decorate your homes beautifully.
I am starting this year with some gorgeous homemade illuminating lamps that were all made with a theme in mind. They are beautiful and very inexpensive to make. I truly hope they will give you some inspiration for this new year in decorating your homes...ENJOY.
1. A lovely Victorian lamp.
2. Another Victorian cutie/
3. A kitchen lamp made with silverware and a serving tray..
4. A gorgeous country lamp made out of liquor bottles.
Sure hope this Christmas was a lovely one for you all.
Here at home it was another quiet Christmas Eve, but Christmas day it was a very hectic one for me in the kitchen. It was also a very funny day with lots of laughter and a very filling day with all the food you can eat. I only have one son and he has two lovely daughters, so dinner composed of only the four of us. For dinner I made a typical Puerto Rican feast....Spanish rice, BBQ ribs, a large tossed salad, fried ripe plantains, Gluten free-vegan lentil-black bean burgers, homemade bread, Pumpkin pie, Raw apple cream cheese pie and lots of vegan vanilla & brownie cookie do ice cream. My son and my oldest grand-daughter Paloma are not gluten free vegans, but my youngest grand-daughter and I are...that's why there had to be food for both of our diets to eat. I love cooking for my family and cooking a lot of food is my joy. After a great dinner, gifts were exchanged mixed with lots of laughs and much hugging and smothering made the day complete.
Today's post is mostly about my small Christmas table setting just for the four of us. It was lovely.