Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Holiday Project Rundown

Oh the joys of Christmas past.  I’ve gotten myself pretty busy in the past few years cooking up lots of Christmas projects.  And I love that.  I love making stuff.  And I thoroughly enjoy covering stuff in glitter. 

Here’s a rundown on some of my favorite Christmas projects:

The Pinecone garland that left me covered in tiny little cuts from sharp little pine cones.  It was worth it, totally worth it.

The Starbucks inspired wreath, which sad to say won’t be gracing my home this year.  Apparently my storage tactics leave a little to be desired.  This baby’s gonna need some major touching up before she’s allowed to come in from the garage.  Bummer.

Easy, thick and full garlands.  I’ve done this type of thing for the past few years and I love them.  This year I’ve got something different planned which has left me with tons of great artificial greens to spread into wreaths.  Wreaths, everywhere!  Love it!

And then there was the amazing hot wheel Christmas tree.  I love this one.  And so did my son.

I’ve been gathering ideas and slowing putting Christmas together at my house and right now there is even snow to go along with it.  I think that beats out any decorating I can do!

What sort of projects do you have up your sleeves this Christmas?

2 comments:

  1. I've got an adorable felt garland in the works (tutorial to be posted soon!), baking and decorating gingerbread houses this weekend to go with our candy themed Christmas, an advent calendar, and some decorative tabletop trees. And LOTS and LOTS of holiday baking!!! I LOVE Christmas!!!

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  2. I have a few things percolating, but haven't really started yet. I've made a promise to myself that this year I won't buy a thing to use in decorating for Christmas. I have to already own it or it's not going to happen. I have a pretty good stash, so I'll have several things to work with.

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