Christmas Eve & Christmas Day, Jackson Hole Wyoming 2010...
I love fun uses for wood, the table shown above is actually a diy (unfortunately its in Dutch) and the mantel fireplace just makes me happy. Yesterday I literally chopped wood for about 2 hours, and it was seriously hard work! I now fully appreciate throwing a log on the fire, my arms are sore today - even shaky when I hold them out straight!
Thanks to BH&G, here are a few easy fun projects to kick off my favorite holiday season - to add instant cheer! For full project details, visit here.
1. Use some old cute mittens and some greenery to adorn your door
2. Take old Christmas cards and tape them around a vase to make it more festive
3. Utilize your colorful, or monochromatic ornaments and display them in clear vessels
4. Make a super easy burlap stocking, add some sparkle, ribbon or whatever else to give it some pizzazz
5. Use Christmas paper and make cone shape them for a modern tree farm
6. Find old Christmas fabric, cut into a cone & add some pompoms and a boarder for an advent calendar & fill with goodies
7. Make pretty monogram boxes for a personalized touch
Hopefully these simple crafts will get your Christmas creative juices flowing. If you are in Jackson, please come visit me tomorrow at the Christmas Bizarre - I have been a busy elf creating some really fun new pieces that I can't wait to show off! If you mention to me at the bizarre that you are a follower of my blog - I will give you 20% off! Cheers!
The most delicious looking cinnamon buns - unfortunately we just had eaten a big lunch or these would have been ours!
The poinsettias were out & selling fast!
While Jackson Hole is in full blown winter (Jackson Hole Mountain Resort opened on Saturday with a record 130 inches of snow), I am still in sunny California soaking up an extended Thanksgiving break! As usual, the Sunday farmer's market provided many treats both for the eyes and for the tummies. I head home on Friday, to be back for the annual Christmas Bizarre on Saturday - I have been busy making lots of jewelry for the festive event, so for those of you in Jackson - I hope to see you there!