Hi Natasha, it is so pretty the window displays at Harrods! I was in London in July with my family on vacation and we just loved that department store! It was amazing and I can just picture London at Christmas time! I so wish I could go back to visit. I see you are getting in the Christmas spirit. Take care.Julie at julieslifestyle.blogspot.com
I am in love with these Harrods window displays, they are works of art. Thanks for sharing them here.I am your new follower and come on over to my blog where I am giving away one copy of my co-authored Christmas book this week. Just leave a comment to be entered to win.
eeee this makes me so excited! i'll be in london just before christmas, can't wait to see this in person :)the hobbit kitchen x
Hi lovely lady.I love your photos of Harrods window displays sweet. It's been a long time on your Keeping The Christmas Spirit Alive. I also miss you on my blog, hoping you have a wonderful weekend.xxooDiane
Hi Natasha! It has been a long time since I paid you a visit...crazy year! Thank you for sharing, I can't imagine how amazing they must be in person.Best wishes,Tammy
Lovely photos and blog. Myself and Mr B have been wondering whether to combine a trip to the Geffrye Museum in London with a visit to see the Christmas lights, now I see there is a train in Harrods window it's a must! So happy to have found your blog - I LOVE CHRISTMAS ! Suzanne x
It's been a long time since I've seen such a BEAUTIFUL Christmas window display. So totally my favorite time of the year!!
Love window displays! Harkens back to a different time :) They don't do this as much anymore in the states.Floral Home Decor
What a great blog. Every Tuesday I pick a Featured Blog of the Week for my blog and display their button on the top right sidebar. SInce it is Christmas Eve I wanted to spotlight a Christmas blog and found yours! New fan/follower here, too.Merry Christmas!SineaDucks ‘n a Row
Christmas is forever, not for just one day,for loving, sharing, giving, are not to put awaylike bells and lights and tinsel, in some box upon a shelf.The good you do for others is good you do yourself...Norman Wesley Brooks, "Let Every Day Be Christmas," 1976