I do not like this schedule.
So I decided to cheer myself up preschool style with some paper crafts.
Side note: do you know why I could never be a professional blogger? I never take pictures of the process. Which brings us to...
So, after googling "how to cut a paper snowflake" and breaking out the white cardstock, I ended up with this.
Yes, that's a stick in a vase. I'm going for "winter austere."
Whatever, it points to the cheesy snowflakes
hanging on the off-center ugly brass light fixture.
Pretty, right? RIGHT?
They make me happy anyway.
And I'm rather proud of them.
Do you see that detail?
Can't forget the front door.
On which still hangs our Christmas wreath on the other side.
It's "alive" so it's going to "live" there until it doesn't anymore.
Now everyone who walks by our house thinks a child lives here.
Or that Buddy is REALLY talented.
Yarn wreath inspired by Mrs. Priss.
It needs some felt flower love to make it complete.
And maybe a different ribbon.
I used to make fun of people who decorated seasonally. Then tonight I added white napkins with silver snowflake napkin rings to our table. Not to use, just to look at.
Myrtle, I think we have a problem.
What? You want to make snowflakes too? Well look no further! There are great instructions here.