I redid it this year with duct tape and twine.
It’s much stronger now.
I put an extra wreath in the bucket I bought for my fall flowers.
The bucket needs a red bow.. doesn’t it?
Have you seen this book? I really like it.
names of Jesus ornaments with some invisible thread.
Hope you have a wonderful Christmas.
Every Christmas up until last, I’ve bought the kids an ornament at the
after Christmas sales to add to their collection.. then each Christmas
the kids got to decorate the tree with their own ornaments.
They loved this when they were little..
Last year, the kids decided it was too much trouble to put their ornaments
on the tree and that they didn’t really care about collecting ornaments.
It kinda hurt my feelings..
I decided that if I was going to do all the work from now on
that I was going to start over with new ornaments for me.
At the after Christmas sales last year, I bought these ornaments
80 or 90% off.. I was so excited.. my favorite color..
I guess my blue and white tree has gone out of style..
there were so many of them left to buy.. I bought 20 for a little over $20.
A few weeks after that, I was diagnosed with breast cancer and needed
something to do distract myself from my impending surgery
and while recovering. so I started making the quilted ornaments
with the names of Jesus on them that I showed you in July.
Reading the names of Jesus all those weeks was great therapy,
but when I hung them on my new slim tree
a couple of weeks ago.. I didn’t like them. 🙁
I loved reading the names of Jesus on the tree…
and I love quilts.. They just aren’t my decorating style. :-/
So I decided to make simpler, paper ones.
Judi and I both liked the glitter idea.
Here’s my new, slim, names of Jesus tree.
I found the ribbon on clearance last year too..
There are 25 different cards with over a hundred names.
I decided that I had room for a few more ornaments
and divided all our old ornaments into themes.
I hung the ones that reminded me of Jesus on the tree.
This is one of my favorites..
|He needed someone to practice with before playing with them
and suggested that it would be a good way for usto have fun and exercise together.. especially if we walk the corse instead of riding a cart.
The clubs were regularly $400 for each set. We got both sets
for around $150. I didn’t think I needed my own set..
Maybe Mike didn’t want to share his with me.
Mike rented “Golfing for Dummies” from Net Flicks.. and
we found a driving range and have gone out a few times.
I might be enjoying them even more than Mike.
We also found a cheep course near by.
It’s closed for the season.. so we’ll have to practice up for the Spring.