Sunday, December 23, 2012

Three French Hens

December 27, the third day of Christmas will be the day today's prize listing winner will be chosen. Now, since the name of today's prize is the Two Turtle Doves 6.5" x 6.5" paper pad by Kaisercraft some might feel I put it on the wrong day. Despite the name the collection does contain Three French Hens paper. You can find it here
I think this paper with some cardstock from your stash could be very useful for scrapping Xmas photos and would be very helpful for a start on next year's cards.
Please leave a comment for a chance to win. Remember, only folks who have e-mail addresses that I can access easily will be considered for a prize.
Yes, above is part of my dining room Xmas display. When I saw these ceramic hens in the gift shop, a few years ago, I immediately thought of the Three French Hens. However, that reference seems to get missed by many of the visitors to my home during the holidays. Nevertheless, I smile every time I walk past them.


Cindy deRosier said...

I love it! It's definitely unique - you don't see a lot of French Hens amongst people's Christmas decor.

Gail said...

I'm catching up on blog reading!
Glad you're having pre Christmas stress free time!
I'm dun too!
Wrapped presents today, started little things that need to be done for the day, and I'll be able to visit tomorrow when my daughter comes!

Susan said...

those are so beautiful! I would be sorely tempted to leave them up year round!!

BethW said...

They're lovely-I'm with Susan,I'd leave them up all year long!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

I agree... you can leave them up all year. They are great.

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Marianne - Fiskateer #6701 said...

I love this display!

Lynn Wigren said...

Love the colors - I'd say keep them up too!

Ladydoc said...

Lynn is the winner of this prize!

Sandy said...

Your three french hens are adorable and I would smile too!
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sandyh50 said...

I am singing the 12 days of Christmas! ♫♫♫♫
Sandy #4165