New Christmas Art!

Hi, friends! I am so happy to be offering you a few new pieces of Christmas and holiday art in my etsy shop! I’ve got two original paintings, plus prints and two new Christmas cross stitch patterns! You can find it all HERE in my shop.

The painting above is called “Holly and Ivy” and was inspired by the old English Christmas Carol, “The Holly and the Ivy.” I painted these lovely girls in an old fashioned English snow scene, with the timber and thatch cottage behind them and an old stone church in the distance.

Another original piece I’ve create is an ode to Dad and all his help during the holiday season, this one called “Bringing Home the Christmas Tree.” This painting is set in New England with a cozy red cape cod house in the distance. Both scenes are my dream Christmas day!

I’ve also got some Christmas inspired cross stitch patterns available as digital instant downloads! The first is this “Noel” bookmark, which is super fun, easy and quick, the perfect stitched up Christmas gift! This bookmark would be really sweet if you were gifting someone a book as well. Totally doable to stitch up on one sitting!

And you all know how much I love St. Lucia Day and Swedish Christmas, so here’s a fun, kinda rustic St. Lucia Day stitch up featuring a pioneer log cabin, a pine tree, St. Lucia herself and her julbok (Christmas goat!) Both these stitching designs and the paintings and prints are available now in my etsy shop.

I hope you enjoy these new holiday pieces! I am still working on more and will share as I finish! Hugs to you, and Take Joy!~ H

8 thoughts on “New Christmas Art!

  1. the paintings are gorgeous! how i wish my winters were that snowy and beautiful!! ๐Ÿ™‚
    love, kisses & magical wishes…



  2. I just received my Christmas note cards and they are beautiful as always! It is fun to have a special card for family and friends to add to a package or just send in the mail. Can’t wait to also get going on my St. Lucia Day cross stitch project. I have been celebrating this Saints day since my children were little. St. Lucia Day is widely celebrated in Italy with great festivity in city squares and churches where she is their patron saint.


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