It's Christmastime again! I'm so excited. Another year gone quickly and in truth it kind of flew by for me! Oh, guess what- we're expecting baby #7!
Ok, my news is up, so welcome to the blog hop with Honeybearz Designs! I'm so honored that Lisa has asked me again to be in it! Ok, I lied- I kind of begged her. I mean on a level of talent, everyone else in this hop is Martha Stewart and I'm sitting here like Internet Explorer.
So, here's the lineup.
1. Lisa Pontious - http://
Julie Warren http://
2. Madge - http://
3. Ashley W - http://
4. Sandy Hentzel -https://www.bloglovin.com/
5. Elizabeth Jeanne - http://
6. Angela - www.crazy3monkeys.blogspot.com
7. Alicia - www.goldengoddessdesigns.blogs
8. Miranda - www.nanasscrapspot.com
9. Daphne - http://
10. Rhonda - craftingwithblue.blogspot.com
11. Charmagne - http://
12. Robin - http://
13. Barbara- http://barbarab3.blogspot.com/
14. Lisa F - http://
15. Sharondalyn - Http://
16. Jessi - http://
17. Heather - Http://
Are you having fun yet? Because I am! I am loving everyone's creations!
On to mine....
This year, I wanted to go more "simple". Basically, I wanted kids to be able to do this. I used things that I already had, and of course, you probably won't have them on hand, but lucky for you- you can likely get it from the dollar store!
Ok, this is what I did:
This is what I used:
1 red glass vase,
Glitter paper (3" wide)
rick rack (Hobby Lobby)
1 button (walmart, in a pack of like 100 or something.)
Cut the tree out of glitter paper. I used my paper cutter, we call it a "schwonk", because that's the sound it makes. Yeah, I have kids, what can I do? Glue it to the vase. Make a bow out of rick rack and glue it to the bottom. Glue a button to the top. Light candle inside. BOOM, BABY! Done!
As always, I ask a question after the post. So, my question today is: What type of Christmas do you do? Do you do full-on North Pole set up in your home, or do you just put up a Charlie Brown Christmas tree? I prefer something in between.
Thanks for stopping by, and I'll see you tomorrow!