Thanks for all of your sweet comments yesterday about my tree skirt, it made for a pretty awesome Wednesday. I’m not done yet though… I also crafted up some felt garland for the tree and thought I’d show you a few more pictures than the sneak peek you got the other day.
I followed the super simple instructions from The Purl Bee. The hardest part is cutting the circles — I recommend either buying them pre-cut on etsy, or finding a few romantic comedies on your DVR to watch if you plan to do it yourself.
It’s a very felt-y Christmas this year. I used the leftover hot pink felt I had from my jewelry box project and whipped up a skirt for my tree; then I cut out bright green reindeer to prance around the border. If I can pat myself on the back for a moment, several hours of meticulously cutting out santa’s favorite woodland creature was well worth it, look how cute it turned out:
More crafts later,I still have to share my felt garland project!
The best Christmas presents are the ones you’re still excited about even when the holidays have come and gone. I got some cozy minnetonka moccasins from my boyfriends family, and let me tell you — they are the gift that keeps on giving. They are SO cozy and make coming in from the frigid Boston weather a little more enjoyable.
My past two weeks have been beyond hectic, and I’m having major blog-neglect-anxiety. So many things to post, so little time!
I’ve been so busy I haven’t wrapped any presents, I haven’t even been able to buy a Christmas tree. I’m going away this weekend, so I’m not sure 2009 will be Christmas tree year at all, which is a major bummer because I’ve been snatching up some cute vintage inspired ornaments and scouring for ShinyBrites to add to my collection. I’ve been thinking to cut down on the stress levels, I might take a cue from these inspiring pictures and display my collection in some bowls and vases around my apartment: