Sunday, December 5, 2010

Tis The Season To Be Jolly

Hello friends!
Today we are sharing 2 beautiful Christmas Carols illustrated by one of my favorite illustrators, Corinne Malvern!



These lovely pages come from The Golden Christmas Book. This book is filled with stories, poems, riddles and songs.  All of the pages were illustrated by Corinne Malvern.



We wish you all a lovely Sunday, Lindsey and Twyla

12 comments:

PinkGranny said...

Wonderful! Reminds me of caroling many moons ago. A good way to spend a Christmas Season. Another enjoyable part of Christmas is reading old family books with traditions, recipes and of course....music.

LiLi M. said...

Thanks! I still have to decorate for Christmas, these might be very handy!

Theresa said...

Thanks for sharing these Christmas Carols with me! Have a blessed Sunday! HUGS!

Heidi Ann said...

I love Corinne Malvern, too! Thanks for sharing those lovely pages.

Samantha said...

So beautiful...thank you.

C. Dianne Zweig said...

I just love your blog...it is so festive and happy....

Come say hello,

Dianne
Kitsch n Stuff

Nan said...

Beautiful thanks for sharing girls.

A Vintage Chic said...

Oh, I LOVE this book--one of my favorites! Thanks for sharing these sweet carols, dear friends...always such a treat to visit you...but especially at Christmas time!

I hope your Sunday is warm, cozy & restful...

Julie

AprilC said...

Just beautiful. I'm pretty sure I have this Golden book, I never thought to scan the pages into the computer so thank you for the idea. I'm off to dig through my son's books :)

Dogwood said...

Oh how I used to love singing Christmas carols when I was a little girl. Your pictures brought back such sweet memories for me.

Thanks...

Family holidays Sa Coma said...

Thank you for sharing these cute Christmas songs, dear friends ... Always such a treatment for you visit ... but especially at Christmas!

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Another enjoyable part of Christmas is reading old family books with traditions, recipes and of course.music.