Wednesday, December 17, 2008

As Brady would say..Ki'mas stuff!

Here is my decor...Don't say I didn't warn you Millie!


You may have noticed something missing from the tree. "But Stacey, where are the ornaments?" you ask. Well I don't have a lot because some have been broken the last few years. Since my two year old is a stinker,I decided to save the breakable ones until my kids are older. I bought some new ones but I really don't want to put them on this year. So just imagine these....

...on my tree along with some purple and silver bows,umkay?

Oh and don't be jealous of my white trash window cover.



Our awesome stockings...My SIL is still working on Camden's. It's so great of her to make these for the whole family! :)

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Millie said...

Yay!!!! *clapping* Thanks for participating!

Those stockings really are awesome.

Ann Marie said...

So glad you posted your stuff!
I love the color of ribbon on your tree.. And boy do I understand why the ornaments are not on them.. :)

Did you make the cute stockings and knitted people? Darling!

Stacey said...

My SIL made the stockings for everyone on my side of the family.

The knitted snow people are crafts I got at a family reunion. My aunts made most of the decor I have. :)

Corilee said...

I think the ornaments that are package like those you show are all made of plastic. Did you take them out of the container? You may want to check. I've bought three packages of ornaments packaged in those clear barrels like that and they were all plastic, even the really shiny ones.

At least your tree is upright. Wait until Brayden or Camden get big enough to pull it over. It has happened to me. Just couldn't keep Adam away from that tree, It runs in the family, sorry Stace. They do grow out of it don't they? :)

Stacey said...

Corilee-I know those ones are plastic,I'm just lazy. I don't want to put them on when I'm taking the tree down in a few weeks anyway. LOL

Aaron and Ailinh Harris said...

Those are really nice stockings. So original. That girls got some mad talents.

stACEy said...

I love your tree! I love simple and that is really what will remind me of Christ, so there :)

Nancy Face said...

Those stockings are great! How awesome that your sister-in-law makes them! :)

You have some wonderful Nativity sets! :D

L said...

You know what a really great project could be for your family? You can make your own wreath from things around your home. We used wire coat hangers, plastic baggies, and a red ribbon. It sounds like the wreath would turn out bad, but it works really well. If you tie enough plastic baggies around the wire hanger (stretched out to form and "o") then it will look like a white wreath. It's very pretty when it's hung up in the interior doors of your home.