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Monday, December 5, 2011

Woodcraft Christmas Express

Good morning,

There is just something about a Christmas train display, isn't there?
This is a simple one in the window of our Woodcraft store. I like this one of the train engine so much that it has become my blog header Christmas greeting.  ;)
While My Honey was paying for beautiful wood to make bottle stoppers (see blow)...
...I was taking these pictures.
 This little building is the Lookout Mountain Visitor Center.  We have been to the real one.  ;)

And, now, for the bottle stoppers!  Here is what My Honey has been making lately:
These are absolutely beautiful!   So far, we have one for us and four of them in the shop

Christmas at home is so lovely.  Are you making any gifts this year?

All the best,

Lois

8 comments:

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Awesome train set. Makes a great header. Nice stoppers also.

Lois said...

I love the new header!

Montanagirl said...

Love the Train set. It makes for a great Header photo. The bottle stoppers are impressive as well!

grammie g said...

Hi Lois...I love a Christmas village with the train...
Thanks for sowing them!!
Bottle stoppers huh ..them is fancy!!

Happy Days said...

How Christmassy can you get? trains and villages! they just go together at Christmas! ...debbie

vicki said...

Hi Lois - your blog header IS MAGNIFICENT!! I love the photo of that little train! And the Christmas village photos are wonderful too!

Your husband is so talented - the bottle stoppers are just stunning. That wood is so beautiful.

Happy Holidays--

Vicki

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

The bottle stoppers are lovely. Grenville is also a wood turner and has also made bottle stoppers in the past and some were as holiday gifts.

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

I love train sets. And the bottle stopper is so pretty! Your header is fun, too, Lois. :D Y'all have been busy since you've been home!

xoxoxoox,
RJ