Each December, some of my favorite decorations to put up are my Christmas villages. This year, I did two. Would you like to see them?
Oh good, because it just so happens that I'm joining Boomama's Christmas tour of homes by taking you today on a tour of my Christmas villages. Let's get started!
Sunday morning and Pastor Bob stands outside the church to greet everyone.
Since he likes to buy candy and flowers for his wife, I've conveniently placed Chelsea's right next to the church.
A few shops, with the pharmacy in the back.
I hear this Bed and Breakfast is fully booked a year in advance.
Here's some last-minute shopping made easy.
Please pretend along with me that the little old lady could actually fit through the door of the grocery store. Without going in sideways and in a horizontal position, that is. :)
Ice skating at the tree lot today sounds like a lot of fun. And look, it's not too crowded!
If you're not the outdoors type, how about going for a visit to the museum?
I do believe this is how Toys'R'Us got started. Ah, the nostalgia!
I've always wanted to try my hand at pottery. And going down a sleigh with a friend!
Jacques the baker is giving away three loaves of bread today. Please pick moi!
I can see for miles and miles...
Every village needs a school, and this one is very special because it allows and even encourages prayer. :)
Although I didn't put up a village in my tearoom, I did move in this cute little green house.
The view from the side is even better!
That's about all I have to show you today, except that Boomama's guidelines mentioned leaving a Christmas recipe in our post. If you're here today for the first time, then you've missed my recent White Christmas Fudge recipe but you'll find it only a couple of posts down. And it just so happens I have some ready...
I hope you've enjoyed your tour today. Click here to see Boomama's decorations and to peak into the homes of her other participants. I can't wait to visit everyone!