Well I have an angel on mine, courtesy of the lovely, and very talented Jozart who organised an angel swap. Have done my first one but I still haven't started on the second one but I'll buckle down and get started tomorrow (promise).
I'll show you a close-up of the one I got from Jo after I have shared my desk as part of Julia's massive weekly desk hop - my Wednesday's would not be the same without it (would get a bit more of a lie-in for one thing).
Not very different from last week's desk, just shuffled round a bit to make it look as though I've done something productive. I have done a little though, the Christmas house I started last week has a few bits added, including some texture paste snow with glitter, a couple of trees, a Santa I found in the Grandchildren's 'playbox' (how Scrooge-like is that robbing the kids toys?) and a polar bear. As long as they all stay in their own areas we should be OK, otherwise it's Santa sandwiches for the bear.
Have started on the two boxes (for the chocolate coin presents) by giving then a coat of paint but the surface is very rough so I've nicked some of Andy's sandpaper to smooth them out a bit - this project is organic, which is another way of saying I've not got the faintest idea where I'm going with it - yet. Also there, beads, more bits for the house and a battery tea-light in a paper bag from Wilkos (£1).
Centre-front is Jo's angel and here's a closer view. She looks very serene, just how an angel should look - love her, thanks Jo.