White Christmas

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4 thoughts on “White Christmas

  1. Oh my goodness, Ada! It is past time to be humble. These are magnificent!! I wish we lived on the same continent. I would definitely pay for lessons!! Are the numbers and the cameo molded chocolate? I remember you used a cameo for a contest you entered (Easter egg?) but I don’t remember how you did it. 🙂 They are really special!
    Is the “15” a countdown to Christmas, someones birthday, or something else? I know that some of the Greek Orthodox holiday dates are different from other Christian holiday dates but I don’t know any more than that. I need to look that up. 🙂
    Wishing you and your family a very happy Christmas and a healthy, peace-filled New Year!

    • Thank you so much Wendy! The cameo and the no 15 are made of sugar paste. The no 15 is for another contest countdown to Christmas, but I forgot to take a shot without it 🙂 We celebrate Christmas on 25th of December here in Greece, but yes, some people, very few, now a days who follow the Julian Calendar celebrate christmas 13 days later.
      I wish you a very Merry Christmas to you and your family too, Wendy and a happy and healthy New Year!!!

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