With The Little Craft Show only a little more than a week away, I've been working on some holiday pieces to bring along with me. Yesterday I finished up this little lady-- called Christmas Bouquet-- which turned out sweet and would make a nice Christmas postcard next year! She's holding a bouquet of Poinsettias, evergreen and red berries.
   Not sure how much painting I'll get done in the next few days with a little Miss home from school, but I'll try! Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and I've got pies to bake. Pumpkin and Pecan. Here in Oklahoma we say "p'CON" pie. And boy do I love the stuff!
  It's hard to believe that we're nearly through November--- wasn't it just the other day that it was Halloween? But there's lots of fun to be had in December, and not just the holiday festivities. There's the craft show on the first and we've got another trip to Lindsborg planned! Can't wait to see it in all it's Christmastime glory!

In other happy Christmasy news, I was able to pick up some prints of my Saint Nicholas painting yesterday! I'm so happy to have him in time to get him out to celebrate Saint Nicholas Day!
   You can find the prints ready to purchase in my ETSY SHOP now.

  Well, if you are in the states, I hope you have a happy Thanksgiving. And for my international friends, I hope you have a lovely rest of the week and a nice weekend.
   The weather here is practically balmy-- supposed to be 75 degrees. Where oh where did the sweater weather go? Ah well, it will make for good weather for playing outside! Still haven't planted my bulbs yet...it's just been too warm!

  Well, off to start the day! Talk with you later,
~H

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  1. Will you be in Lindsborg for Lucia Day? I'm so excited to go this year! I always had to work on Saturdays in years past. (Retail - no taking the day off.) It's warm here, too. I love your St. Nicholas painting. All of your work is breathtaking.

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    1. Danzel-- yes! That's the plan! I can't wait! I know it will be beautiful. And I'm so glad you like my St. Nicholas! It was a special project~

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  2. Heather, I love this newest sweet painting! And a trip to Lindsborg with it all decked out for the holidays sounds just sounds like so much fun. I hope you enjoy all of the fabulous Thanksgiving family favorites too. How can you go wrong with pumpkin and pecan pies? They are some of my faves as well.

    Happy Thanksgiving!!

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    1. Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving as well, Winnie! And I know I will take lots of photos in Lindsborg and will share it with you here!

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  3. What a beautiful, sweet painting! I always love your holiday themed stuff! Happy Thanksgiving! We are headed to Plymouth, MA, because I have chosen not to cook or bake this year. :)

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    1. Thank you, Alyson! And ooooh, Thanksgiving in Plymouth! How perfect and fun! Cant wait to see your photos!

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  4. Hope you are having a fabulous Thanksgiving! :) I love pumpkin pie - and I haven't had pecan pie in ages. Your new painting is simply adorable. Just love her. And your Santa print came out lovely. :) Enjoy the holiday and all the treats.

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  5. Beautiful paintings! So festive! Big fan of your style!
    Yes, time flies! I can't believe we are coming to the end of November!
    I've got so much to do and Christmas is coming so fast!

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Each and every comment is appreciated! Thanks for coming to visit me :) ~Heather

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