Santa’s Workshop

We are having a quiet, relaxing day this Christmas Eve.
Mark (a.k.a. Santa’s Helper) is finishing up some wooden blocks for
a very special grandson…and we get to hand deliver them tomorrow!

Speaking of Santa’s workshop…
I’m sharing this image in Picture the Holidays today.
The theme for today is “enchantment”.
“Allow yourself to get swept off your feet today 
and look at the world around you with the eyes of a child! 
Capture your shot today with wide eyes.”

My daughter made this in 1985, in some kind of a Santa’s workshop.
I chose this for my photo today because to me it speaks of enchantment,
of being a child, of believing that even reindeer could fly. The fluffy red nose
seems to be alive with light and magic, don’t you think?

Since we are hand delivering those blocks
I will be away from blogging for a few days.

Please accept my heartfelt wish that all of you
may have a peaceful and blessed holiday.

Merry Christmas!

9 Replies to “Santa’s Workshop”

  1. Deb – I'm sure those blocks will become a treasured item that feeds an imagination. Wishing you safe travels and the happiest of holidays.

  2. The blocks are wonderful – I would love to play with them.

    We will have our Christmas Eve celebration very soon – we still stick to our German tradition of celebrating the 24th.

    Merry Christmas to you.

  3. How sweet to make the blocks yourselves, they will be treasured. Your daughter's reindeer is sweet, love that red nose.

    we have Santa workshop here at the Farm park nearby. The kids have gone there many times and made wooden toys. Was even thinking of going this week if time. Such a fun thing for kids to do and be proud of what they make with their own hands.


  4. That reindeer is absolutely precious and definitely speaks of enchantment. And homemade blocks…how precious–I'm sure they will be greatly loved.

    Happy Holidays, dear Deb.

    With love & warmth,


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