This time of year the time just seems to fly by. Before we know it Christmas is only 15 days away and we are behind the eight ball. Literally trying to juggle all eight at once. Tee Hee I really meant to get this post up last week, but as you can tell by my lateness things are not getting any less hectic.
I hope that everyone had as wonderful Thanksgiving as I did. We enjoyed three of our grandchildren-- Heather with her husband Josh and children Hailey and Zack; Kristy and her daughter Anna (Kyla was sick); Weston our grandson, plus daughters Terri and Connie for Thanksgiving dinner. We had such a great time with them.
Now if I can just get everything done I am supposed to for Christmas I will feel pretty good about the New Year fast approaching. LOL
My cousin Doug Hinkle made his mother a Poinsettia Tree for Christmas this year and I wanted to share with you how he made it. If you or someone you know is at all handy with a saw and hammer this is pretty easy to make. Takes lots of Poinsettia's (depends on how tall you want your tree) but well worth it when you see the finished product.
Next he added construction cloth to cover the frame.
He used a child's table to set this one on so there is plenty of room below to put all of Santa's gifts. You could use the same concept and make a table center piece..just on a smaller scale. Hope you enjoy trying this one.
Until next time, Love and Hugs