I believe that the ceramic, internally lit Christmas tree was a Campfire project that Dudette made. I know that Dudette made it for my mother. When mother died, I found a sticker on the base of the tree that bequeathed the tree to me. I love it! It is on display for the holidays - along with the above-pictured snow doll and the costume jewelry wreath on velvet backing that is pictured below the tree. I made the wreath for my parents when Elegant Friend and I were doing crafting in the mid-1960s.
Cookies, fudges, and part of a nutroll that are sitting around awaiting consumption (mostly by Hunky Husband). Except for the fudges, everything follows recipes that HH's late mother used for her holiday baking. For those who don't know, HH's mother (AKA My Beloved Mother-in-Law) was from Serbia in Yugoslavia (his dad was Croatian). She was a fabulous cook.
Finally, I leave you with evidence of productive activity that took place yesterday - Bottoms Up! [I put silicone rubber on the bottoms of a bunch of ceramic pieces that sit about the house - to prevent scratching of furniture. Only a couple are the product of my wheelwork and kiln.]