A new day...and a little bit of blue skies peeking out at our house for which I am exceedingly grateful today.
One of our very favorite winter books to read as a family is The Tomten; we even illustrated part of it last year as a project. When I found these adorable wooden tomtens at Anne Moze's hyenacart shop, I was thrilled! I'm sure he'll be well-loved on our nature table this winter.
Can you keep a secret?
There's rumor of a possible war at our house next month.
It's going to be a knightly kind of Christmas for Philip.
Or maybe they'll join forces and battle the dragon instead.
These are darling...thanks so much for sharing the link with us. :)ReplyDelete
Whoa -- I better hold on to my paypal! These are beautiful! Thank you for sharing, I love fridays around here.ReplyDelete
p.s. Still blowing like a banshee here and grey, but drying out.
Cute! I love them - but especially that cute little gnome/totemReplyDelete
And wow..I totally need a spell check. Tomten.ReplyDelete
these are incredible! what a talented artist!ReplyDelete
We love the Tomten story at our house! I found a Waldorf Tomten dollmaking kit at a yard sale a few months ago and I'm *thinking* about trying to make it for our boys for Christmas.ReplyDelete
I love those Anne Moze figures! Love the view of your yard!... ahhh to have so much lovely space!
Have a wonderful weekend!
So cute! We love the Tomten book at my house to, so I'm curently knitting one.ReplyDelete
We love the Tomten too. Those are cute little wooden figures!ReplyDelete