Ohm beads Beadmas Day 2

And we have a winner! Bonnie May, congratulations!!

On the second day of Beadmas I have a nice chalange for you and I am giving away this gorgeous You Melt Me!

The price is send directly from Ohm beads HQ! The winner will be picked at random. You can comment below and the contest closes at Seattle midnight P.M.T. (09:00 hours C.E.T.). Have fun and good luck!

With Beadmas we are connecting with Ohmily from around the world, so I love to know a bit more about you! Your chalange today is to describe how the weather or climate is where you live and how does this affect your Christmas celebration. Are you barbecuing and surfing? Or go skiing and a bubble bath ? Or walk in the rain and snuggle up by the fire? Give us some idea where you live!

Here in the Netherlands we mostly have rain so we try to take a walk in the woods to work up an appetite and when we get back light a fire in our wood burning stove. Our pets love it too!

77 thoughts on “Ohm beads Beadmas Day 2

  1. Я живу в России, у нас очень много снега в Новый год и Рождество. Мы всей семьей любим собираться у камина, дарить друг другу подарки. В эти праздники должно быть много уюта и тепла. Каникулы долгие, мы успеваем посетить театры, кино и новогодние шоу.

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  2. I live in the south east of the UK so it’s normally cold and damp. If we have any snow it’s not normally until the new year; last year we had some in March. I had a virus last year so spent the holidays on my own. This year my mum’s had a major operation so not sure what’s happening yet.

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  3. Weather is mild and damp at the moment but hopeing for more cold and dry spells soon, we love a long walk along the canal Christmas morning, it’s so peaceful and you can just hear the birds singing.

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  4. In Moscow we have the really cold weather with a lot of snow for this time of the year. We have long vacations after New Year and spend it at the countryside or skiing somewhere near Moscow.

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  5. Good morning,
    Wet. Christmas ist always wet.
    In the town I life it is a running gag to say:”Sometimes everyone will get wet. The only difference is how”.
    Caused by the european record to have several fleeds and more bridges than Venedig and Amsterdam together, and the “Elbe” surrounding us, rainy clouds are not able to disappear- they even get feeded.

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  6. I live in Belgium, the weather can be anything on Christmas; it can be dry but freezing cold, it can rain, it can snow… it only impacts at what speed and how careful we have to drive to get to our families.

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  7. Hello.I live in Normandy. France..Grey sky and rainy today.Not.far from the sea side and i live in à litte village in thé country. Yesterday i look thé train To Paris with a friend of mine To enjoy
    Christmas décoration and shopping for gifts on the champs Élysées and famous boulevard Haussmann….Horrible time…cars on fire.Fights in thé streets with police.Explosions.Gaz and smokes.. Évacuations of thé nicest shops…métro stations closed..Feeling Anarchyall around. Unsafe.
    .Succeed To reach thé railway station and back home…so so.sad…don t blaim anyone but no spirit christmas here this year. At home…..sweetness, husband and children love ..hand made cookies…Feel much bettter today. Love To all of you

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  8. We only have 2 kind of weather. Sunny or rainy. Now is the raining season so most of the time it rains. It gets really humid also but can’t complain since I live in Malaysia 😂😂😂

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  9. I live in a small town Novocheboksarsk, Russia. It’s located on the right bank of the Volga river. On New Year’s Eve we have a real winter, snowy, but warm. Warm scarves, mittens, snow boots, many snowmen ⛄️ ⛄️⛄️. And falling snowflakes ❄️❄️❄️ which I want to catch)))

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  10. I live in Florence, Italy. We’re having a mild Fall right now. It’s not very cold, temperatures are above the zero, and the sky is often blue.
    Christmas is usually spent with family and friends; some families celebrate it on the night of the 24th, others on the 25th. That leads to many celebrations with a lot of food, wine, and long talks over the table. Also, we try to preserve the traditions of all of our families, because we’re from different parts of Italy, so we eat something from all the regions we are from.

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  11. I live in Russia. In our area most often frost and a lot of snow at Christmas. We are leaving for the Christmas holidays in the village to the parents. When the frost is small – we walk a lot, ride sledges and ice-boats from the hill. And when the frost is strong, we go outside just to make a barbecue))) We decorate the Christmas tree both inside the house and near the house. Mostly lights, so it was beautiful at night)

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  12. This summer I moved from the NE part of the US to the SE. This Christmas is going to be “warm” for me. Today is going to be 73 degrees and back home it will 52 which is actually warm for them this time of year. I personally love snow but heard they don’t get much here but we probably get some ice storms. Hate ice storms but love that it’s December and I’m not freezing.

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  13. Winter in my city is quite cold, people enjoy being at home all together around the table with a good coffe, cake or meal. But also love to go out to a bar with fireplace very famous here.

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  14. Uk, so yucky soggy and cold, we usually stay indoors and watch dr who. My mum insists on going for a walk but as I’m disabled I have an excuse not to go!

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  15. I live on the frigid, snowy coast, in a city famous for its blizzards. I walk everywhere, even in the snow, so after a sojourn through the icy chill I warm up with a nice hot cup of tea.

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  16. I live in the west of Germany. Our weather is very similar to the Netherlands, mild and rainy, Hardly any snow at this time of the year. We celebrate inside of course, having some Fondue.

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  17. I live in Moscow, Russia) In winter it is cold here and a lot of snow) We ski and feed ducks with bread) and of course we play snowballs)))

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  18. I’m living in Austria and the weather is like in germany. Today we have snow, I don’t know how long because next week its warmer and the snow will gone. We celebrate inside with the whole family.

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  19. I live in Canton, Ohio…about 60 miles south of Cleveland…usually this time of year we get snow…used to get lots of snow years ago…but, Ohioans hope for snow! It makes the season more festive with all of the colored lights…

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  20. I live directly next to Chicago, otherwise known as the windy city. Where anything can happen, typically winter here is frigidly cold, sometimes its snowy with an occasional milder day. The kids enjoy tromping through the snow, sledding & building snow forts & snow people. Then we like to thaw our hands & tummies with hot cocoa

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  21. It’s usually pretty cold here in NY, so Christmas means warm clothes and bundling up! My favorite thing is walking through Manhattan looking at all the store window displays!

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  22. Sometimes we have a little snow but more often it is rain here in central Ohio, USA. We always hope for a White Christmas but we’ve had holidays where the kids can play kick the can in the neighborhood or make snow angels. Either way, we spend time with family and friends in a warm home with lots of food and Great Times!!!!

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  23. Я живу в России в Сибири уже полно снега,любимое занятие это игра в снежки катание на ватрушках со снежных горок😂😉

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  24. I live in France near a forest. At the moment it is raining but sometimes we have snow in December and the landscape becomes so beautifully white. We walk before the snow becomes too dirty by the walkers and animals 😉

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  25. Chicago has it all! Don’t like the weather wait 10 minutes it will change. We had so much different temperatures it’s crazy. Last week we had snow, now it’s rainy and 44 degrees. The snow is almost gone. We didn’t even have a Fall, it went right into winter.

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  26. I’m from Moscow. This year the winter comes just at time: it’s lots of snow and about 5 degrees below zero now. Good weather to walk in the park or to visit a Christmas bazaar, but indoors, of cause!

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  27. I was born in South America. Now I live in Europe.
    Once my Christmas was very very hot, we used to eat outside and play with water.
    Now it’s cold, with snow.
    Wethever, for me Christamas is stay with my family, cold or hot

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  28. In my town people don’ t do anythink relevant.We use to go shopping on big malls so we get warm and go out from home for sometime. Then we buy all the presents and during christmas day, while my mother make the specisl dinner, we place all under the tree.

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  29. Hi!

    The weather is malaysia now is rainy season. Hahaha. But for Christmas break, normally my husband and I will visit my mum in law in Auckland, New Zealand. And it’s summer ! Hahaha.

    So, we normally go round and shop for cookies and dessert. See Christmas decorations in town.

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  30. I live in Pennsylvania. Christmas is usually cold. Sometimes we have snow at Christmas, but not for the last couple of years. The weather has been crazy this year, so it will be interesting to see what we get this Christmas. Today it was in the 60s, but it’s supposed to be much colder and snow by midweek.

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  31. I live in Pennsylvania. Christmas is usually cold. Sometimes we have snow at Christmas, but not for the last couple of years. The weather has been crazy this year, so it will be interesting to see what we get this Christmas.

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  32. Here, in Québec, Canada, it’s raining, so we stay inside. I started decorating today. But we will wait for colder weather to buy our Christmas tree (a real one, each year), next Friday.

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  33. Here in Sydney Australia it is usually very hot!. Mum still does a full baked dinner, though so we are usually sweating it out, paper hats stuck to our foreheads

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