Monday, November 30, 2009

Mosaic Monday

It is Mosaic Monday at the Little Red House again. I love this weekly event and enjoy making mosaics so I have a Christmas theme today-probably no surprise there!

I have a few of these Father Christmas's around the house that I have collected over the years.Next time I will make a bigger mosaic with all of them.

A Winter Tea.

A mosaic of pretty doorways I photographed last year.

Thank you Mary for hosting, and if you haven't already go and visit the Little Red House to see some lovely mosaics.

Thank you for visiting,

Carolyn

22 comments:

Tracey said...

Oh it's so wonderfully Christmasy over here at your blog Carolyn!! Beautiful mosaics!!!

:) T

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Oh Carolyn, it is beautiful. Your photography is outstanding..naturally it would be with the beautiful subject matter.hugs ~lynne~

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Carolyn.....Very pretty mosaic!~Patti

June said...

Oh Carolyn, I love the mosaic of the doorways. So beautiful! The Father Christmases are lovely, and I have to tell you that the one in your previous post is my fave. I love the toile coat. Your transferware is awesome too.
Hugs,
june

Deanna said...

Ohhhhhh,
I love this post!!!
Merry Christmas,
d from homehaven

Kathy said...

Stunning mosaics,love each and every one, Kathy

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

Hi Carolyn,
I am catching up on your posts, and I have enjoyed them so much!. Your red transfer wear looks so pretty in your cabinets and your fireplace is so beautiful, truley a lovley place to be.
Take care and enjoy your day,
Elizabeth

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Very lovely! It all looks so peaceful and serene.

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful photos of the Christmas decorations. Very pretty mosaics.

Olivia and Me said...

Great doorways! Thanks for sharing them as you spin your web and draw me in!

~Oli

Cindy @ Chalk it Up! said...

I love all of your Christmas mosaics. All of these beautiful visions of Christmas are inspiring me to start decking the halls!

Carol said...

Your mosaics are always so pretty! You're getting us all in the Christmas spirit!

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

Oh dear me! More beautiful mosaics to make me *envious*! :-))) No, not really envious. But they do impress me. Because they are never easy for me to do. Sizing is always an issue.

Oh well, I should just keep being inspired by those who DO do them. And try again...

Please, I have a Blogging Question posted today. Would you be so kind as to pop over, via the above click-able link, and give your view?

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Aunt Amelia

Beverly said...

Carolyn, these are all enchanting. The mosaic with the doors is my favorite.

Have I told you that I am in love with that teapot?

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Beautiful mosaics, Carolyn! Have a nice day.

Blessings,
Sandi

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

Beautiful Santas and I wish I could join you for a cup of tea and cookie! I love that red door.

~Susan

Ana said...

Good morning Carolyn,
All your mosaics are beautfiul. I can't decide whcih one is my favorite. I think they all are! Love them. Have a wonderful day my dear friend. Until next time.

Hugs and Kisses,
♥Ana

Madelief said...

Hi Carolyn,

I like the doors and the blue snowflake cookies! Like you I enjoy baking very much. This weekend we celebrate Sinterklaas at our home. My husbands family will visit His sisters still have young children, that always makes it extra special. I already look forward to celebrating and preparing lots of delicious things!!!

Lieve groet, Madelief

Mary said...

I have a few of those Father Christmas figures, too! Love your pretty tea party mosaic, and the beautiful doors, too. Thanks for sharing, Carolyn. :)

Federica said...

What a beautiful and inspiring mosaic! Thanks!

maría cecilia said...

Hi Carolyn, love those wonderful cookies!!!
Cariños
María Cecilia

Maggie B said...

Hi Carolyn,
Just stopped by to see what you've been up to lately.
The mosaics are wonderful, very festive indeed.
I'll be blogging about my Father Christmases after Old St Nick comes to visit on Sunday.