Monday

Weekend Moments - Christmas in the Country


So even though it wasn't December 25th, we had a lovely little (early) Christmas in the country.
It even snowed for us.

I made my usual Christmas morning cinnamon buns...

We bought clear glass ball ornaments, and painted them ourselves...

Then we all ventured out into the forest to cut down a wild Christmas tree.

Finding an appropriate tree in the wild is actually a lot more difficult than we expected. They're all so big and awkwardly shaped. 
But that's part of the magic.
 In the end we found a rather funny unique looking pine tree.
And we chopped it down to size.

We then made a little fire with the wood we brought with us,
 and we celebrated with hot cocoa & cookies,
and of course, coffee with baileys : )

Even though it was oddly shaped, the tree ended up looking great.

And in the end it was a magical Christmas, despite it not actually being Christmas yet.
oxo

16 comments:

  1. Looks entirely magical!
    I love your posts and how they transport me to your world for just those few moments in time...thank you!

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  2. This looks like a dream! What a lovely way to celebrate Christmas before Christmas! I enjoyed hearing all about it and seeing the gorgeous photos.

    I hope you have a great week!

    xo, gina

    anythingimaginableblog.blogspot.com

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  3. Wow your early christmas looks like an editorial. Beautiful photos and lovely tree. I love quirky trees like that. I had one similar as a kid...but its so amazing that you chopped it yourself.

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  4. Baileys and coffee is my go to drink on weekend mornings.

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  5. wow, that sound sooo perfect! everything you guys did screams Christmas. You're cinnamon rolls look really yummy. I actually know how to make some. i learned in my cooking class.

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  6. Looks like it was a lovely early Christmas hun:) Miss you already!
    xoxox

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  7. Wow! You always capture your weekends so well.

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  8. I'm in love with this weekend. I'm 100% going to start an ornament-making tradition. How sweet!

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  9. What a wonderful weekend!
    It feels so cosy and Christmassy :)

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  11. Wow. gorgeous photos! Makes me miss the country! Happy Holidays!

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  12. Sweetest post EVER! I love the tree, the ornaments, everything. And now I must go buy some Baileys... thanks for reminding me how good that stuff is in coffee :)

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  13. Looks like a perfect (non) christmas to me!
    We used to cut down our own tree way back when. I do miss the fun of wandering around the woods looking for the perfect tree.

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  14. This looks like such a lovely day, I hope your actual christmas is as good as your pre christmas :)

    I love your blog, i'll be following you now xx

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