Make your home a Cow-massy this year!
Posted on 22nd November 2017 at 21:20
How to have a Cow filled Christmas!
We all love Cows! Especially me, and this Christmas I am making my Christmas Cow filled! So I've been hunting out some special festive treats to make it easy for you too to have a very....... Merry Cowmas!!
1. Highland Cow Christmas Bauble
I love finding hidden treasures when it comes to Christmas, something special to decorate the home. I found these delightful baubles on Etsy.
Each Bauble is lovingly handmade in Scotland from 100% undyed British Shetland Sheep wool. Being individually hand crafted each bauble is different and unique in it's own way. You can even request a bespoke bauble! I know they have a Belted Galloway which is a very special find!
4.&5. Cow Bell Garlands
£9.33 - £15.19
I adore these rustic Cow Bell decorations. Handmade in India every bell is unique. Made from old recycled metal they have a vintage charm and are a wonderful alternative to hang on the mantel piece. Or buy larger bells to add to a Christmas Wreath.
2.Brie and Baker
Cows and Co.
£14.95 - £27.00
If you're like me when it comes to festive indulgence not much beats a warm, gooey baked cheese. Cow and Co. are just around the corner from our family home in Appleby and a favourite of ours. Their ceramic Brie Bakers have been hand crafted by local Cumbrian potter Dave Norman and are the perfect gift for cheese lovers alike. You can also get your Brie Baker with a Smokey or Creamy Brie already inside!
3. 'Snowdrift' print
£50 - £90
I love decorating my home when it comes to christmas. I quite literally deck the halls!
Paper chains, fairy lights, garlands, stockings greenery the lot! But my treasured decoration is my 'Snowdrift' print. It sits right above the dining table spreading Christmas cheer as the family pull a Christmas Cracker.
Available in two sizes it's perfect for any sized home and will be the talking point of your home this Christmas.
The hardest bit is taking it down. (That's why mine just moves upstairs!)
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