Monday 14 December 2009


I remembered the camera when we went to church on Sunday so here are some more photos of Miss-tree and the beautiful trees at St Lawrences.
Miss-tree, Philly (DD) and me

Nick's mum, me and Philly
The church

Thanks to everyone who stitched an ornament - I'm just sorry you can't all see it in person, the scent alone is fantastic.
Merry Christmas


  1. What a beautiful church! I'm a "church" addict, especially old ones. And stained glass windows. Oh, the tree isn't bad either.

  2. It looks fabulous. I hope there are lots of visitors and they make lots of money.

    See you Saturday when i can sniff em all for myself LOL

  3. It looks extremely pretty & the church looks wonderful. Hope it makes lots of money for funds. :0)

  4. They all look wonderful, well done Clare.Such a beautiful display for your church and I read Ruby is Ruby! Bless..
    Mike has made a christmas card with a pic of Nell to send to the breeder and has commented that she can be obedient, but also is fiesty and answers back when told 'No' and thats true.. but gosh she is such a love and really cuddly.
    Hope you finish school soon, this term is a long one.

    Love and Blessings
    Chris x

  5. Oooo, how very beautiful, Clare!

  6. Absolutely lovely Clare, did anyone else do a crafty tree this year as last I remember those little monks etc. I wish I could visit but just too far away,thanks for posting the photos so we can see.Happy Christmas and blessings to you all.Hugs

  7. There were some knitted ones - Maureen who comes to stitch club did Poultry and knitted ducks and chickens LOL. We are there agsin next weekend so I'll try to get s photo.

  8. The church looks lovely and your tree is spectacular

  9. The tree looks wonderful Claire.

  10. The church and the trees are lovely.


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