Christmas decorations in Spain πŸŽ„πŸŽ…

Hey lovely bloggers πŸ’•,

It’s been two weeks since I wrote my last blog post. I have been busy writing Christmas cards and packing my bags for my trip to The Netherlands. As you know, I’m half Spanish, half Dutch. I have family in the Basque country of Spain and in The Netherlands. Right now, I’m spending less than two weeks in The Netherlands to celebrate Christmas holidays with the family and finally see my best friends.

In today’s blog post I will share pictures of the Christmas decorations in Spain. It’s the most wonderful time of the year! πŸ˜πŸŽ„πŸŽ…β›„β„οΈπŸ’•πŸŽ Christmas time is almost here! I really like the decorations so much and the lights. It makes everything so cozy and nice! I especially love the window stickers and the Christmas tree. Spain is a catholic country and it’s typical to put the “belen” from Bethelem in house. You also visit belens in the churches of Spain. When I’m back at the end of next week I’m going to visit them.

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I hope you all liked my Christmas decorations in Spain! πŸ˜„ My next blog post will be with Christmas. I’m gonna share in that blog post the Christmas decorations at home in The Netherlands. Do you also decorate your house? How are you going to spend Christmas?

I wish you all already a merry Christmas and a happy new year! May all your wishes come true! ❀ More awesome blog posts will come in the upcoming days!

Love you all ❀

xoxo Christina


14 thoughts on “Christmas decorations in Spain πŸŽ„πŸŽ…

    1. Thank you so much beautiful! πŸ˜πŸ’• I love all the decorations too so much. I have had an amazing Christmas πŸŽ„ I hope yours was amazing too! I love you loads ❀

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  1. Happy Holidays!! Christmas was spent with family this year and I’mgrateful that it went that way! Last year, I was out in the hospital for Christmas Eve for the first time and it was very saddening, but came with it was a wisdom that I believe made me grew wiser.

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    1. Happy Christmas beautiful! πŸŽ„β€ Thank you for your comment. I’m glad you spend it with your family. I’m sorry for you that you was in hospital last year. I’m glad you are stronger and wiser now πŸ˜„

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