Saturday, November 19, 2011

Coloured Feather Lights



I searched high and low last year looking for battery operated lights for Christmas and I finally found some plastic flowers ones in Kmart. Today while we were out and about we found these colour feather lights, 3.9 metres in length and battery operated for $9.99 at Go-Lo. I only bought one string but they are so pretty I might get some more tomorrow.





Christmas is in the air...its already getting late but it is way too hot to sleep. The kids are watching their first Christmas movie of the season, Disney's Prep and Landing...and the Mr is on a boys night out for a friend who is moving to Queensland next week. No doubt he will come home with ripped jeans. I kid you not he normally does! Somehow it always involves climbing over barbed wire fences or picking up a wig off the ground while riding a mini bike...they never grow up do they?

Have you started decorating for Christmas yet???

9 comments:

Kimmie said...

Ohhh I love the feather lights!

*Maristella* said...

Hi Tamara...che stranissime queste luci, molto colorate ed allegre! :):)
Buona domenica a te, *Maristella*.

Vintage Sweetheart said...

It looks lovely lit up! Your hubby sounds like a riot.

polkadotpeticoat said...

What a wonderful idea......your the best!

the old boathouse said...

Oh my goodness Tam. I have a customer called AManda who is wonderful and you would love and she has made Christmas decorations out of seives too...amazing. I will have to show her yours.It is very cool xx Katherine Oh and I haven't started yet I will have to hurry up.

simmone said...

How pretty!Don't wait up.

Bruce said...

Thanks for a great blog
Christmas angel decorations

Ava said...

Love your Christmas lights. Starting Christmas decorating next week ...Time so flies !! I do love Christmas :)

Bella said...

It sounds odd to think of folk in your part of the world adding warmth and sparkle to what are hot days. I suppose there is more of a carnival atmosphere in the heat whereas we have the feel of bedding down for winter. (I am thinking knitwear and rugs).