Christmas time is here, and I'm head-first into the Christmas decorating spirit! I have many other projects to complete, like painting a high ceiling, cutting some pieces of wood, and the list can go on and on, but who wants to work on that kind of projects when you can stay inside working on pretty things like these ornaments.
Well, they are everywhere around blog land, so I'm not going to give you a detailed tutorial, besides its really easy.
I got some old ornaments and foam balls to cover, but I couldn't glue the pieces of paper to the foam, they didn't stick to the foam! (that's why they got crisscrossed in the picture)
The other ones worked like a charm.
I even went to find some more to cover.
These ornaments are going to decorate our "musician's" room, and since she has always had a Christmas tree in her room, I also worked on giving her a brand new tree.
Some of the branches that were picked up from the street at the beginning of Spring time got covered all around with white yarn, then they were inserted onto floral foam that was placed inside the $1 pail from Target. More yarn on top and the "snow branch tree" was ready!
To add to the theme, I found these ornaments at T.J Max, with pieces of music sheet inside, they are also easy to make, buy hey! Let's cheat on this one!
Little blue snowmen and ball ornaments were added, and...
Some yarn balls were also placed around to complete the snowy atmosphere!
Next it's reveal time. I'm FI-NA-LY DONE with her room, and this little tree is going right in there!
P.S. To check the Room reveal with the tree in it, click HERE.