Treasury Tuesday

maRRose - CCC --- Treasury Tuesday, Crochet Christmas-02Sinterklaas and his Piet-helpers arrived safely in The Netherlands this past Saturday.
A reason for lots and lots of Dutch kids to be very happy (and a fair amount of adults too, I’m sure)!
You know, Sinterklaas is Santa Clause’s big brother, and he celebrates his birthday by giving presents to others on December 5th. Now …. how’s that for a true x-massy gift-giving spirit?

With all celebrations regarding Sinterklaas’ birthday going on at the end of November/beginning of December, it usually takes Dutch people a little longer to get into the fun stuff related to X-mas, but as soon as Sint and his Pieten leave the country and return to their sunny home in Madrid, we go all out on X-mas as well…. just like the rest of the world ;).
maRRose - CCC --- Treasury Tuesday, Sinterklaas-02My love for Sinterklaas ánd X-mas made me create two treasuries on this “Treasury Tuesday”…..
One is Sinterklaas-themed and the second treasury is loaded with inspiring Christmas-crochet!

This is my favorite Sinterklaas-project:
maRRose - CCC --- Treasury Tuesday, Sinterklaas-01and this darling brooch is my favorite item from the X-mas treasury – fabulous crochet by Irene:
maRRose - CCC --- Treasury Tuesday, Crochet Christmas-01
Wishing you a lovely new week!
Marianne xx

PS: if you want to have a look at last year’s Christmas Treasuries, you can do so here; this pinterest board leads you to another cute collection of Christmas Crochet

Related Posts

Crocheted Presents/Gifts

Last Friday night – while doing some very relaxing crochet – I suddenly had an idea for a little crocheted present and could not resist trying it out immediately. I’ve said it before: it’s so great to see one’s idea materialize in actual crochet and… read more

Christmas cookies – a family recipe

One of our family Christmas traditions is giving homemade cookies to teachers, neighbors, friends and family members during the holiday season (and eating a lot of them ourselves too, of course). For as long as I can remember the kids were involved in this, being… read more

4 thoughts on “Treasury Tuesday”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *