I know that Christmas is over, but we received so many beautiful cards - many of them with photos of the people we love most - that I couldn't bring myself to stash them away just yet. I want to enjoy them throughout the month of January, so I decided to make them into a Holiday Card Banner which hangs near our foyer.
I simply used a mini hole-punch to punch holes in the corners, and then I strung them with red and white baker's twine. I used scotch tape to hang them on the cabinets, but Command hooks would work great too.
Now we get to enjoy these sweet messages and photos for a little while longer. Especially since we didn't spend Christmas at home.
P.S. Isn't this artwork precious? It was made by my 4 year-old son at pre-school, and yes I might have cried when he gave it to me.
As for the holidays, we spent Christmas with my family in Indiana. The boys got to play in the snow for the first time, and they had a blast! Here are a few precious snapshots.
Winter Wonderland in Indiana:
The blizzard brought us around 10 inches or so.
Here are my Southern boys attempting to make a snowman.
I named it "Frosty the Snowblob," but they preferred to call it "Jabba the Snowhut."
Their favorite part wasn't building Frosty - it was destroying him.
Hope your holiday was wonderful too, and hope all of you up North are staying safe!