Taking one final moment to bask in the lingering
mirth from the hallowed night of mischief.
Lucky for me there is no end in sight of holiday
celebrations as I prepare for a magical winter
wonderland immersion. Though the orange and
black willingly give way to the cream and gold,
they will be back out front before dust rings
mark their absence. I have great plans to bring
several sketches to life of Halloween/Christmas
cross over pieces but first I must pay heed to the
restless chubby cherubs that have been dancing
in my head for the past few months.

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16 comments:

Fairy Footprints said...

Oh I can't wait too see the cross over peices, I love it. I think that is the neatest thing to seet Christmas and Halloween together.

Have a wonderful Monday.

Blessings,
Heidi

Zan Asha said...

Oooh, sounds like fun! :) The cherub is darling!

Duncan's Mom said...

We get to celebrate Halloween an extra week! My son came down with a bug the day before our Halloween party, so we postponed the party for a week. Fortunately, he was just under the weather for 2 days. Keeping all the spooky decorations up til next Sunday, including the "Ghost Trail" in the front yard. Awesome!

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Melissa!
I so love the little cherub. She is absolutely precious, and as always you totally amaze me with your wonderful artistic talents. What a beautiful gift you have been given. I have not seen one piece I didn't love.

Thanks for sharing sweetie. Happy November. I will keep watching for new creations. Country hugs, Sherry

Melissa Miller said...

Hi Melissa,
It's so nice to meet you! Thank you very much for your sweet visit and for following along as well. I really appreciate it and you are always welcome!

I adore your inspiring blog! What a lovely and unique cherub.

Many Blessings and Happy Fall!
~Warmly, ~Melissa :)

Gypsy Purple said...

so cute!!!

BlackCrow said...

He looks like he is made of sugar!
Very sweet.

laterg8r said...

what a sweet angel :D

Suzy said...

Super fun stuff, thank you for having such an inspiring blog! xoxo

Brenda @Cozy Little House said...

Well isn't this the cutest blog! I clicked on the last person following my blog and found you! And I'm so immersed in your land of holiday mischief I'm going to add you to my blogroll. My readers will love you!
Brenda

The Brocantess said...

Looking forward to more of your great works!

Julie said...

Hi, Melissa! So glad I found your blog--your creations are just delightful! I'm a vintage-loving girl, so they really speak to me! I'm your newest follower, so I'll be back often!

The Josie Baggley Company said...

Hi Melissa
This little character that you've created is just precious! I love the style.
Thanks for following by blog btw-hope to keep you as intersted in it as I am in yours.
Rainey

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Wonderful post!

Designs By CK said...

Looking forward to your Halloween Christmas cross-over pieces...I'm starting mine soon! '-)

Chris (-:

Monkey-Cats Studio said...

You do all holidays proud Melissa!!! You know, I wouldn't even be online if you hadn't inspired me along with Kim Hardt. Can't thank you enough for letting me know holidays are embraced by bloggers everywhere!!
Have a great weekend sweetie!!
Laurie