Eye Candy Friday December 22, 2006 Eye Candy Friday I still get excited about gifts under the tree! Merry Christmas to all of you! Related Posts Eye Candy Friday Dale got me this pretty bouquet of tulips for Valentine's Day because, in my world… Eye Candy Friday As I told those of you who asked, the only thing I purchased at the… Eye Candy Friday We haven't had much snow this winter but we did get a few inches earlier… Share this:FacebookX This Post Has 41 Comments Me too, Carole. Merry Christmas! happy holidays to you and yours! OMG, is it Friday already!?! Do I really only have 3 days left? (insert expletive of choice here) I’m letting my largish 15 year old skip school today – but he’ll be baking cookies and wrapping his sister’s gifts. I still love to see the gifts under the tree too. So pretty. Thanks for the eye candy. Have a wonderful Christmas! Merry Christmas to you too! Have a great weekend. Me too! A Very Merry Christmas to you and yours! Thanks you for all the inspiration and good reading Carole! Hmmm . . . why don’t my bows looks so perfect. 😉 I made my PC look at your site last night, just so he could see I am not the only one who goes through all the trouble of wrapping up presents “pretty”. 🙂 I love the way presents look under the tree— I leave the unwrapped gifts under the tree until 1/6… cause it looks so pretty! I realized yesterday that I need to wrap a few things for T and myself because we have NONE. Everyone sent us money which is very much appreciated but the kids might wonder why there is nothing for us. “Ohhhh I just had a great idea. Maybe I’ll tell them we were too naughty!” lol Merry Christmas!!! Merry Christmas, Carole! And to you as well! Merry Christmas Carole!! Merry Christmas dear Carole – your gifts look so pretty…….. wanna come on over and wrap mine ? (tee hee) What wonderful eye candy! Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones. That’s the one thing I miss most about not having a tree…the presents all wrapped up just finish off the look. Have a wonderful, wonderful Christmas! XOXO Merry Christmas to you too! Happy Holidays, Carole! Oooh! Presents!! The Yarn Fairy came early over here. I hope she brings you lots of lovely soft things to play with. Merry Christmas! Ahhh… the close up. Now that’s what I’m talking about. I’m looking at those boxes wondering which ones hold yarn!? hehe We make a pretty big deal about wrapping presents pretty and I make most of the bows. My girls are in bow-making training now. 🙂 How beautiful! Merry Christmas to you, too! Merry Christmas to you too!!! I’m especially excited about the large blue box under the tree. Unless my husband has decided to start buying things at Tiffany for his mother ;> Hi Carole, i’m a big of a lurker, but I do enjoy your blog each day! Just wanted to wish you and your family a very merry Christmas and a blessed new year! Me too! Merry Christmas :o) Very pretty, Carole. Did you do all the nice bows? Have a very merry! Happy holidays to you and yours! merry christmas to you too!! gifts under the tree ROCK! Merry Christmas Carole! Merry Christmas! Warm and dry holidays to you and yours. (We are manning the Mother Ship on Monday.) Deck the halls with bows of holly!!! Merry Christmas to one and all! Just wish it would get colder and feel like Christmas! I like making my own bows too! Merry Merry! Have a wonderful Christmas! Enjoy your presents and have a very Merry Day! Merry Christmas Carole! Your presents look too pretty to open, but I’m sure that won’t be a problem there, eh? 🙂 Merry Christmas and thanks for visiting! Love your gift wrapping, esp. the one with the green mittens. Merry Christmas to you too girl. Your christmas prep has really been fun to watch! Hope your day is wonderful. Happy Holidays. A shot worthy of a magazine holiday layout… I hope you and yours are having a Merry Christmas. Oh my, I completely agree that there is something joyful about a big stack of a brighly wrapped gifts under a tree. It represents so much thought and promise and — let’s face it — bounty (in a good way). Yours are clearly very lovingly wrapped. Comments are closed.