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Showing posts with label Christmas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Christmas. Show all posts

Monday, December 15, 2014

Sack of Coal Treats

My husband throws an awesome charity event every year and happened to have these little black velvet bags left over from the event.  Of course my first thought is what can I use them for?  Than it hit me, little sacks of coal.  What a cute treat for my son's class!!  I filled the bags with chocolate coal pieces that I found at the Dollar Store.  For the tags, I came across these premade printables from Eighteen 25.  They turned out so cute, I know his class will love them!!
Sack of Coal Treats

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Holiday Sunroom 2014

More holiday home tour!  Today we're moving on to the sunroom!  Again, not a lot different than last year, but take a look in case you missed it!
Holiday Sunroom 2014

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Christmas Kitchen Tour

I thought I'd share (after all of this hard work) some of my Christmas decorations this year!  Take a look at the kitchen.  It's not a whole different than last year.  Christmas came up so quickly, I just couldn't find enough time to make myself some new decor!  But in case you missed it last year, here it is!!

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Wire Joy Ornament

This ornament is so simple to make.  Think of all the different words you could make!  All you need is some wire and twine and maybe a bell if you have one.  This would make a great gift or just some new holiday decor for yourself.  
Wire Joy Ornament

 Start out by taking your wire and bending it to form your word of choice.  After it's all in shape, find a cross point and tie your twine around it.  Next, wind your twine around the wire until the whole word is covered.  If you choose add your bell if it fits in anywhere.  Lastly, tie a loop of twine around, to hand your gorgeous new ornament!!  Pretty simple, right?
 Would make such a cute gift!!

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Trim The Tree Party

Trim the Tree this Christmas with more than 35 ideas to inspire from your favorite bloggers! #trimthetreeHave you started decorating for the Holidays?  Over 35 of your favorite bloggers have come together to share their fun and festive ideas.  From Ornaments to Tree Skirts,  you are sure to be inspired by all of these amazing homemade ideas to Trim the Tree!  Trim The Tree 1 1. Advent Calendar Pocket  2. Polymer Clay Poinsettia 3. Yarn Wrapped Ornament  4.  Vintage Green Paper Ornament 5. Trim the Tree Garland 6. Ribbon Stuffed Ornaments 7.  Wooden Star Ornament 8. Melted Snowman Ornament 9. Felt Christmas Tree 10.  Santa Star Ornament   Trim the Tree 2 1. Vintage Map Ornament 2. Yarn Joy Ornament 3.  Embossed Wood Bird Ornament 4. Snow Man Wood Slice Ornament 5. Christmas Garland 6. Tree Skirt for under $20 7.  Star Painted Ornament 8. Neon Christmas Tree Topper 9. Wooden Spool Christmas Tree   Trim The Tree 3 1. Gingerbread Cookie Ornament 2.  Wood Etched Cork Garland 3. Bow Christmas Tree Garland 4. Travel Map Ornaments 5. Homemade Glitter Ornaments 6. Felt Candy Ornaments 7. Make Love Ornament 8. How to Decorate your Tree like a Pro 9.  Joy Ornament 10. Glitter Pinecone Ornament   Trim The Tree 4 1. Scented Gingerbread Ornament 2. Diy Tree Skirt 3. Pinecone Decorative Tree 4.  Wood Slice Ornament 5. Wood Slice Child Silhouette Ornament 6. Tips for Decorating the Christmas Tree 7. Mason Jar Lid Ornament 8. Gold Basket Weave Ornament 9. Rustic Christmas Tree Garland 10. Starfish Christmas Ornaments

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

What To Do With Christmas Cards...

I don't know about you, but I always hate throwing all of my Christmas cards away.  Years ago, I decided to start saving them all.  To keep them all together and organized, I decided to bind them all together.  I made a title page for them, including the year.  It's already fun to take a look back at the past years!    

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Happy Holidays!

Merry Christmas to you and your Family! 
From The Carmody Family

Monday, December 16, 2013

Twine Candy Canes

I recently happen to come across some similar candy canes on Learning, Creating, Living.  I absolutely loved them.  Shortly after, during an outing to a local thrift shop I came across some candy canes myself, so I thought I'd give them a try.  Hers were wrapped in burlap ribbon, I thought I'd do mine wrapped in twine.  After I was done I added a bow, some pine cones and a few christmas greens.  I've made so many holiday decorations this year, I truly have no idea where I can go with these.  Regardless, I love the way they turned out and I'll have to make some room some where!!

Sunday, December 15, 2013

Our Festive Family Room

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