Friday, November 26, 2010

Look What Arrived Here!

Today is a magical sort of day. I'm not expecting anything important in the mail at the moment so I was mightily surprised when I returned from a bit of black Friday shopping to see the flag up on my mail box. I hadn't put anything in there, so what could it be? A box full of wonderful jammed into my mailbox from none other than the fantastically magical Knickertwist!
I will admit I shed a few tears at the thoughtfulness that was in this little box. It just warms my heart to know that people think of others in this way! What was in this box of wonderful you ask?
Knicker had mentioned she was going to send me a wee fairy abode, but I didn't ever in my wildest imagination think it would be captured under glass!
Fairy Home In A Dome
I also found some other wee goodies. Two tiny canvases for me to paint, that green bit with buttons is a scrappy little journal for me to fill with wishful doodles, a beautiful victorian cabinet card of a lovely pup, and a gorgeous fairy journal for my curiosity cubby!
Super Surprise Package
Here is a close up of one of my fave pages in the fairy book. A lovely little illustration done in a carefree hand.
Fairy Journal
Certainly last, but not least is someone who came along for the ride. Why it is Baron Von Kringlemas! One of Knicker's fabulous elves!
Baron Von Kringlemas
I can tell you that he will be included in many Yuletide celebrations to come. I think the Baron will create a tradition of his own when we have a wee one in the house.
I don't know how to thank Knickertwist enough for her generous heart and lovely surprise. I'm totally touched! Thanks Knicker for making my day bright and my heart smile.




2 comments:

Avery said...

Lucky Lady!
Slightly jealous of all of your fantab goodies...
;)

Knickertwist said...

Yay! Glad all the bits got there & I'm glad they made you smile. It was a treat to put together a surprise package for you after the fantical treats you sent me last year :) My Home Sweet Home sign hangs proudly in my kitchen where I look at it, and smile, every day.