OK, so I *think* I’m done with the Christmas decorating. When it comes to seasonal decorating, I have a slight problem, in case you haven’t noticed by now. I have to make a full stop; otherwise, I could keep going until the 25th! But then I’d have way too much to take down later. Plus, I have to move on to a million other things on my Christmas to-do list. … Keep on reading —>Pin It
Today, I wanted to share a free Christmas printable with you!
Our 8-year old daughter recently performed in a local, main stage production of Scrooge. As a tribute to that wonderful experience, I wanted to somehow incorporate a little bit of Scrooge in our Christmas decorating this year.
That sounds a bit bizarre, I realize, since Scrooge usually gets a bad rap this time of year: “Don’t be such a Scrooge”, “Bah Humbug”, etc.. … Keep on reading —>Pin It
The other day, I showed you our Newly, Neutral Christmas Tree, decorated mostly with champagne, white and chocolate brown decorations.
If you caught that post, you might remember that this is the first year I’ve decorated a completely neutral tree. I wasn’t sure how I felt about it, and I was toying with adding a little pop of blue. (When it comes to blue, I have no self-control.) So, after living with the neutral tree for a few days …drumroll… I decided to add a few muted blue ornaments. … Keep on reading —>Pin It
I thought I’d share a few pics of the “Winter Wonderland”-themed tree that my sister and I decorated earlier this week as part of a fundraiser for my daughter’s school. It was really hard to get crisp, bright pictures in the school’s lighting, so if you can forgive the grainy shots, I think these will give you a feel for the kinds of ornaments we used to for a sparkly, icy effect.… Keep on reading —>Pin It