When I was younger, I remember always having a beautiful fresh live tree in my living room. It would smell of Christmas throughout my house for the whole month of December and maybe even a week or so after. We would pick out our tree together. I don’t recall if it was the four of us; myself, mom, dad, and sister every year together, but I remember I was always there. After picking out the perfect tree, we would bring it home and decorate it together.
Isn’t she a good writer? The rest of the post is just as poignant. And she’s giving away a Yankee Candle. A comment is an entry. Pretty cool, huh?
Free e-book: 100 Easy Recipes in Jars by Bonnie Scott — Frugal Girls posted this so you’ll need to go there to get the link, etc. Hurry, you know these don’t stay free forever! Personally, I think gifts in jars are great gifts.
And now for the first completed Christmas craft of the year. Yeah, I know the date, I’m just a tad behind, lol. This is a knock-off of a wreath Danielle of Blissful and Domestic posted recently. She has a great tutorial. I have pictures step by step of my process, more for me than anything else. Mine is a little different if in no other way than I made it to showcase hubs’ cherished, vintage Merry Christmas sign.