Hey there everyone!
Today, I am sharing a little Christmas cheer to the windows.
Most of you know my family is in visiting and we just came back from a mini getaway in Charleston, SC.
The weather was lousy, but the company and the food and the overall adventure was fun as always.
We sure sang a lot of Christmas Carols in the car and I am sure my husband is happy to be home and out of the car!
This was is just a little something I whipped up the other day for the kitchen windows.
I have lots and lots of foam and I am finding new ways to use it.
After doing my burlap, ribbon and bells Christmas foam cones I decided I was on a roll would else could I tackle.
This is the easiest craft known to man.
Simply wrap your ribbon around the foam wreath
and hot glue the end.
Really, that’s it!
I used multiple ribbon, also found at Wally world for cheap. I believe 5 rolls for $4.00.
Embellish to your liking.
I found these cute mesh ribbons at Walmart in a two pack for $2.00.
Gosh,remember a few years back when my Mom and I made a diy Christmas mesh wreath?
Speaking of which, I better go find that.
On the other window I found a very light branch outside,
painted it with some chalky paint
and hung some candy canes and faux cupcakes.
I used 3M two way tape to hang the branch.
I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving.
Enjoy your loved ones!
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