Jennie and I wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas!
Jennie and I saw a ginger bread house kit at Wal-Mart and I really wanted to get it, but it was like 20 bucks, and with financial apocalypse upon us, we decided to save our money for bread and water. Then later in the next aisle we saw a similar Christmas tree kit that was made with star ginger bread cookies. It was pretty cool looking and only 15 bucks. But alas for some reason in the past 6 months I have become uber cheap, so I said forget it.
Earlier this week Jennie bought some sugar cookie stuff, so we decided to use that to make our own Christmas tree. Turned out pretty good if I do say so myself. Below are some pics of the hot Christmas tree action.
Chad and I feel so blessed to have our house. We love living here. We have really been looking forward to decorating it for Christmas, so as soon as we got back after Thanksgiving, we hauled out all the decorations. It was lots of fun, and now our house feels more festive. Last year after Christmas, we bought a bunch of stuff on clearance. Every time I pulled something else out of a bag or unwrapped it from tissue paper, it was like opening a present.
Last year, Chad got me a stocking with my initial on it in rhinestones. We got it out and hung it up on the mantle. It looked so lovely, but then I realized we won’t have matching stockings. The big fuzzy red ones are going to look funny next to mine. Oh well, I thought, we’ll just have to look for something close. Later, as I was looking through our clearance items, I pulled out another bag and low and behold, there was a stocking that matched mine with a rhinestone “C.”
We love sitting in our home with no lights on but the lights from the tree. Here are some pictures of our decorations.