Brian says I only get partial credit for my attempt at Valentine's Day decorating because I reused the Christmas snowman. What???? I thought it was genius. It's artistic recycling.
Friday, December 19, 2014
Consider this your Christmas card! I texted this photo to everyone on my phone list telling them to start humming Jingle Bells before reading my holiday message. So much better than writing out all those cards. I'm also hoping it will start a trend so that I won't have to read the tome-like missives that have grown so popular over the years. Maybe I'm just jealous because mine would have said things like "Keegan hasn't bitten anyone in a week, and gosh, we're excited about that!" or Kyle got thrown out of the choir for faking singing which is such a hoot, right!" or "Kiefer refused to play any sports this year. He can't possibly take the time away from video games."
Still lovin' the chalkboard door. This is the best way to make a snowperson and the only way you will see me making one. I feel like I'm seven again playing with all this chalk, and my snowperson looks like a seven-year-old created it.
Went with a new lighted tulle tree skirt from Pinterest because this new tree is much narrower and lower to the floor than the old one. My old tree skirt (also known as all the stuffed animals the kids accumulated) just wouldn't work. You can see that original tulle pin here.
I was surprised that it took twelve yards of fabric to fill out the area under my skinny tree. Kinda elegant looking, though, isn't it!
I turned my old tree skirt into a cell phone charging station. Too much???
WISHING YOU A HAPPY, FUN, RELAXING, MAGICAL HOLIDAY!