In the mood

Do you recognize it, our country house. Can’t remember what kind of gingerbread house we did last year. But two years ago we did this one.

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Went through a lot of books. Got stucked with Natalia Goncharova (Russian, 1881-1962).
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How can it be Christmas Eve on Saturday!
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Did I blog about Painting pillows already?
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13 Responses to In the mood

  1. marga.marina says:

    Ohh see, it looks like the ginger-cat would cry…

    I whish you a peaceful christmas time!
    Best whishes from germany,
    Tine

  2. Zane says:

    lovely photos

  3. Inger Marie says:

    Love your country house as gingerbread house! And the mumin house two years ago still pops up in my memory when Christmas is approaching :)

  4. heartbts says:

    an amazing gingerbread house!! with the fine little heart on the roof top, lovely!!

  5. Kylie says:

    Oh I love it!! and the Moomin house was very special too :)
    Those cushions are fantastic! I have a feeling I’ve seen them before but then I may be dreaming of the artworks! ;)
    Yes, Christmas Eve is approaching too quickly!!
    Good luck with your preparations Elisabeth :)
    Kx

  6. ricca okano says:

    a gingerbread house is so cute!I have never ever made ​​a house of cookies. I feel you are great, shining. These cushions are also very interesting.

  7. Koey says:

    The gingerbread house looks appealing to both mouth and eyes!

  8. bmo says:

    häftigt pepparkakshus, häftga kuddar och den konstnärinnan måste jag njuta av en stilla dag snart…

  9. Jess says:

    God Jul! Vilket sött pepparkakshus. Å katten sen. Det enklaste är det finaste…så är det nästan jämt.

  10. Kathleen says:

    I love the gingerbread house. I am hoping to find the time to make one with my kids!
    I love the work of N. Goncharova…the painting of the cyclist is great.

  11. Joanne says:

    Lovely cookie home, I would like to try and make one too.

    Greetings,
    Joanne

  12. Nancy Cook says:

    I love your gingerbread houses.
    Hope your holidays are full of wonderful

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