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Saturday, February 25, 2012

It’s Christmas Prep Day!

The 25th of the month has rolled around again and it’s time to talk Christmas 2012 which is only ten months away!
I have worked on some ornaments this month, but since they’re for an ornament swap, I cannot show you a photo. Suffice to say they were quick and easy, but I love them! I love them so much, in fact, that I made extras for family. You’ll get to see them after the swap is complete.
Since I cannot show you my project this month, I thought I’d share my Christmas board from Pinterest. I have pinned some decorating ideas, ornament, sewing, and craft ideas, Christmas cards, gift tags, and a recipe or two. Take a look:
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Here are some of the things from my Christmas board that I’ve already done:
Santa mugs – I have a collection of old Santa mugs gathered from various sources. This year they were displayed in the Hot Drinks station created in the sunroom.
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The popcorn ornaments I made a few years ago for the movie theater Christmas tree. I shamelessly pinned that from this blog.
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This is the original photo of the crocheted jingle bell garland that inspired me to make one for Jessica’s tree.
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This bread pan with greenery and candles was meant to be an Advent wreath. I did a similar arrangement, but with only three candles and they were red. Since it had the greenery, I didn’t light my candles. (We won’t talk about the time we had an Advent wreath made of a slice of wood and some real greenery and I fell asleep on the couch while it was still lit. Greg came home from work in the nick of time…)
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I hope this post works as inspiration for you to be thinking about the Christmas season in February. After all, it’s wonderful to keep Christmas in your heart all year-round, right?

Tammy

4 comments:

RJ said...

swap ready already!!! You ARE good! Can't wait to see it. I'm still a long way from figuring out mine. But yep - you inspired me to start thinking.

Jackie

Rhonda said...

yes, like Jackie said, you are inspiring.

love that jingle bell garland, I have a jar full of assorted jingle bells and am not a great crocheted but I do know how to string beads and chain - maybe I will make some too. But mine will be for me, not Nina :)

RobinL said...

Oh Tammy, you Christmas people crack me up! But I must admit that I love the bread pan with greenery and candles in it. Cute!

Susan in SC said...

Can't wait to see what you were inspired to make for this year.