December 12, 2017 1 min read

This Christmas, follow us on a multi-sensory journey to BUILD, DRINK, IDLE, LISTEN, GIFT, READ, SEE, SING, SMELL, TASTE, TRAVEL and WATCH...

 

1. BUILD literally a Christmas Tree with your favourite books 
BUILD - Book Christmas Tree
Christmas tree books

 

2. DRINK responsibly the unusual Hendrick's Gin Winter Purl
DRINK - Hendrick's Gin 2DRINK - Hendrick's Gin 2

 

3. IDLE carefreely and catch some carrots with Ted Baker
IDLE - Ted Baker Christmas Game

 

LISTEN - Christmas Carols - 12 Days of Christmas - Straighty no chaser

 

5. GIFT generously thoughtful, lush leather goods from Gnome & Bow - Shop here
Christmas Gifts Leather GoodsChristmas Gifts Leather Goods
Christmas Gifts Leather Goods

 

6. READ voraciously 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens
READ - A Christas Carol

 

7. GAZE perpetually into the wondrous Christmas tree lights at Galleries Lafayette, Paris
SEE - Gallaries Lafayette - Christmas Tree Lights

 

8. SMELL indefinitely like a million bucks... mooses and lions from Penhaligon's
SMELL - Penhaligons ChristmasSMELL - Penhaligons Christmas

 

9. TASTE slowly the spice and everything nice at Peony Jade
TASTE - (Honey chili and spice turkey with raisin fried rice, Peony Jade) pj_honey_spiced_turkey_raisin_fried_rice

 

10. TRAVEL bravely to wild, wild Whistler at Akasha
TRAVEL - whistler_akasha Christmas

 

11. WATCH jovially Hugh Jackman dance in The Greatest Showman
WATCH - the-greatest-showman-hugh-jackman

 

12. PAINT introspectively good'o'Santa
PAINT - Santa Claus

 

LET'S AWAKEN THOSE SENSES THIS CHRISTMAS!!!

Merry Christmas everyone.

 
Yours Happily Ever After,
Master Talesmith
 
 

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