Friday, 4 December 2015

クリスマスが近づく町。アンティークの食器。The village is becoming Christmasy. I've gotten a vintage tableware set! and more...

The winter grows deeper. Our village is getting more Christmasy. 

It's been cold for a while. Frosty!


There were two different Christmas markets happened (and happening) at the neighbour community hall in weekends so far.


2 pics above looks the same but actually different markets. I wish I could be one of venders someday. 


Since the closest cafe to us has closed down we were wondering what is coming next in it but it seems like a micro brewery that coming in the spring! yay! We are fans of craft beer so we can't wait! 

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I got few new things...


Putting a metal ornamental Santa and reindeers right in front of our gas fireplace is Christmasy!


On the other day, my husband texted me from his work and said that he has gotten a surprise for me. And then he came back with a big box and I had no idea what. It turned out that those vintage tableware set which I have wanted was in the box!


When I found the same Federal glass Co 1950's milk glass snuck set at the antique mall in Fort Langley, I started to be attracted to. However, they had only ones with Red rose pattern and the red is not my colour. I searched online such as ebay and realized that there was blue ones available somewhere most things were in U.S.A. While I was puzzling what to do, my husband secretly dealt with a Montreal vender and got it for me. 


My "cafe corner" lol, is becoming nicer. I even bought a cake stand and glass hood for it. I'm seriously going to bake a cake soon! A motivation is set!

My twiggy wreath is also becoming a Christmas version.

I  put decorations on windows too. And finally we got handles for the shutters. They are nice on them.


This was nothing with Christmas but it's a picture from when we got a power outage. It happened sometimes and spend for a while with candle lights. 

And this was form Surrey central city mall's big Christmas decorations. Sparkling!

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