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oh my handmade, tidings of comfort & joy, handmade angel tree topper

I wonder where you are right now-is it somewhere  cold, and full of sparkly winter magic? Or somewhere with palm trees in the sun? No matter where, how, what, or if, you celebrate this time of year I hope you are surrounded by love and have everything you need. I wish that you and your families are warm, safe, happy, healthy, and whole. I hope that there is food in the fridge, joy in your work, and your days always include laughter and wonder (plus no shortage of hugs). I am so blessed to have these gifts and if only I could borrow Santa’s magical ability to visit everyone in a night, I would wrap and put it under every tree!

Life has gotten so busy for us this year and since we are living in a furnished rental with all our stuff in storage we held off getting a tree until the very last minute. I’ve also not turned into a mad Christmas crafting elf since my crafty stuff is mostly put away or baked like a maniac since it isn’t my kitchen. All of this has been good for us! Last year we had a holiday extravaganza for my mama’s 50th with this glittery tree and we packed A LOT of celebration and bigness into last Monday & Tuesday. Slowing down to focus on just two days of cozy Christmas and wearing fuzzy slippers sounds just about right to me.

So we are taking wee break while I make some holiday magic with our family but we’ll get back to regular postings on December 27th. While things are quiet here I am sending my wishes and tidings of goodness your way-have a very merry everything my friends!

Now bring me some figgy pudding!

And I would love to know in the comments-how, what, where are you celebrating the season? 

Happy Holidays from Oh My! Handmade

Jessika Hepburn

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Jessika Hepburn has written 527 posts on Oh My! Handmade Goodness. A cheerful activist and community matchmaker I delight in using my connection superpowers to bring makers and entrepreneurs together in ways that lift us all up. I believe in cooperation over competition, relentless good cheer as an act of rebellion, and the power of using our hands to craft a brilliant future. OMHG is part social enterprise, part grand experiment, and all goodness-so pull up a chair or pitch in a hand to join in creating our supportive community!
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  • alisha

    Merry Christmas to you too!

    • http://ohmyhandmade.com/members/ohmyhandmade/ Jessika Hepburn

      Have a very lovely holiday!

  • http://www.sweettidings.blogspot.com Christy

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!