It has been a busy, crazy, whirlwind few weeks. My oldest was home from college. My other two boys were on break as well. We traveled to Philadelphia for Thanksgiving. I ate too much of everything. Returned home and my dearest friend traveled until 1:00 a.m. to get here. Then we continued to stay up for the next three nights talk, talk, talking. I had to laugh because my hubby asked, what do you do? How can you talk that much? What are you talking about? There was not a moment of silence, I can tell you that! There is not a problem in the world that a little girl time cannot conquer. So dear friend…just know that all of us here are thinking of you and we love you!!!
So since I have been so busy and I have added extra gym time on to my schedule to undo the damage of Thanksgiving and the damage I know is heading my way with the Holiday baking coming up, my blogging has fallen behind. My manager has been lecturing me so I thought I would share a quick easy DIY Mini Christmas Wreath Project before said manager gets off the afternoon school bus and starts in on me again about productivity!
I love projects that only take a few minutes but add something special to your decor. Last night I picked up a mini grape-vine wreath and one large greenery pick from Michaels. I snipped off pieces of the greenery and inserted them into the wreath. I added a bit of hot glue to help them adhere. I added a sprig of red berries for added Christmas cheer. I attached the wreath with a red and white string to my vintage white frame that I shared here. Easy Peasy! I am hoping to have all of my Christmas decorating finished by this weekend. So far I have four trees up, you can see our kitchen Christmas tree reflection in the mirror. I will be sharing more of our Christmas Decor next week if all goes as planned.
This year my husband who is normally the one to do the outside light decided to hand it over to the boys. Let’s just say, I will probably not be sharing the outside tour this year. When I was talk, talk, talking to my friend, I looked out the window as my oldest was hurling the Christmas Lights over the tree like a football. NOT PRETTY! I was going to redo the lights myself but it has been raining nonstop! Hopefully, it will dry up soon because those lights are driving me crazy. I don’t know how he wired them but they blew a fuse last night so to be on the safe side I am leaving them unplugged.
I am off to finish up my Christmas decorating. Tomorrow I am sharing some of my Vintage Christmas Decoration on Thrift Shop Thursday. Hope you are have a great day!
Until Next Time,