The quaint snow scene on a moon-shaped polymer necklace from France’s Cebeka is luring me back from a vacation groove to holiday mode. Check out the matching earrings here.

Cebeka and her “Bo and Girls Show” friends are putting on a show that’s guaranteed to make you feel festive.

In case you need a little help to ease you into making a few seasonal pretties, check out this tutorial from Carolyn and Dave Good. I’m hoping these are the antidote to jet lag.

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  • reply Svitlana ,

    This is really cute 🙂

    • reply Anita Brandon ,

      What a charming “Christmas card ’round the neck” and festive matching earrings that would make the perfect addition to any holiday wardrobe. Love Carolyn and Dave Goods generous holiday cany cane ’round the neck tute contribution to the holiday festivities.

      • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

        “Quaint’ is exactly the right word; makes you feel like curling up in front of the fire with hot chocolate and peppermint schnapps.

        • reply Christine Dumont ,

          Trop mignon!

          • reply Jan ,

            That is soooo cute! It reminds me of a Grandma Moses winter painting. I love her work!

            • reply Pam ,

              The candy cane cane tutorial is genius, thanks so much for sharing, going to get started now!

              • reply Cebeka ,

                J’organisais une expo-vente de mes créations chez moi hier et n’ai eu que 2 visites, merci d’amener 800 personnes à découvrir mon travail via le net!
                I had an exhibition of my work at my home yesterday and only 2 people showed, thank you for bringing 800 people to see my work on line!

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