There are so many fun, festive things happening in SL right now. It’s kind of overwhelming, but in a good way!
The RFL Christmas Expo is one of these things. I have to say, they’ve done a beautiful job designing the sims for this event. You can see some of the amazing work in this photo gallery by Wildstar Beaumont.
In the first two pics, you can see the gorgeous Christmas fireplace that Prime has out for the Expo. It’s beautifully detailed, and has adorable little side seats with built in poses. My cute little Christmas tree earrings from Sax Shepherd Designs are also a RFL Christmas Expo find!
This is a must have piece for any Christmas decor fan! My mesh PJs are from Cracked Mirror, in Sprinkles, and you can find them at The Arcade. I love these jammies and I have them in a lot of colors, so you’ll likely see ’em again! The adorable ponytails are Dolly in blood from a recent Truth hair release.
At The Arcade, it seems they tried to keep things more winter-y and less Christmas-y. Since not everyone celebrates Christmas this makes sense. But there are some adorable festive items to be had nonetheless, if you get so lucky! Here’s a look at some of my favorites. The adorable clock is one of many from Sway’s. They represent different seasons, and they are all seriously cute. The snowglobe with the pretty little cardinals is from A.D.D. Andel! and it’s one of the rares. I absolutely adored this one, and I knew it had to go on my mantle right away! Like the Sway’s clocks, the snowglobes come in many different “scenes” that are seasonal. I know I will be swapping snowglobes all year! The adorable Welcome sign is one of What Next’s items. It’s also a rare one, and while not overtly Christmas-y, with the snowy scene and green and red trim, it’s a clear match to my Christmas cabin!
In this next picture, you can see my little Christmas village. Pilot has these adorable little houses and landscaping items in their Arcade gachas. There’s a table to display it on that is rare, but after like 20+ tries, I decided to give up and make my own version of the village on my What Next Laurel Cottage console table. I used the What Next Amalfi string fairylights to spruce it up and make it more festive, and I was pleased with how it looked when I was done. The top left building is the rare Primrose Cottage, which is very cute, but to be honest, I love the Springfield one on the right even more. I can’t believe the level of detail work in these little houses. They are gorgeous. They are also relatively low prim/land impact (still not used to using LI!), so they are a great way to make your home more festive without taking up a ton of prims!
That’s all she wrote, folks… more from me soon, though.