It seems like far too recently I was posting Christmas content! This year, has without a doubt been one of the strangest! But here we are bringing some shine and festivity to the end of the year; with 12 Days of Christmas 2020!
I’d go out on a limb and say this might be the last one of these for a while, but you never know what’s going to happen in a year! After all, this blog is almost one year old now, and somehow I’m now self-hosted, and things are very different , but also somehow the same. And if you know me at all; you know I LOVE Christmas!
Most of these “Day 1 of blogmas” posts start with a plan…
I’ve blogged about car shows before, and of course we visited Haynes Motor Museum recently, so it’s no secret that we’re car fans in this house (even me and I can’t drive!) This year, instead of individual posts, I thought I’d round everything up into one big post, sharing some pics from the fab shows we’ve attended this year! You can also find some photos on my highlights on Instagram, from the Marie Curie Country and Classics show this past weekend.
I look forward to visiting the local Christmas market here in Truro every year; it’s always great fun and a great chance to see some wonderful handmade products made in Cornwall. I always try to do a bit of my Christmas shopping here; and there are usually some cheeky samples to enjoy too!
While I was having a wander, I thought I’d take some photos of some of the brilliant handmade products around the market! There were SO many stalls I didn’t get a chance to take photos of; as it was extremely busy, but here are a few things I loved!
The fun of posting about Christmas is that you can share things that go on at home; some things happen way before December though. So I thought I would share what we’ve been up to before Christmas. Truro City of Light is a great local event.
I did share “live” on my Instagram stories at the time on November 21st, which is a great reason to follow me elsewhere! But I really wanted to write a post and share some photos!
On February 18th I ventured out of the craft room and had a fabulous day out at the Craft 4 Crafters show at the Westpoint in Exeter!
Though I didn’t need anything, fully intending to uphold my decision to work on all of my unfinished projects this year, and not start anything new unless completely necessary (for example cards and gifts). I wanted to go, because these shows are so inspiring!