|No home should be without a green macaroni wreath this Christmas|
I've bought a few pre-packaged sets of craft. We're talking basic here: A Christmas Star pack ($2.99) that comes with 100 cardboard stars in a variety of colours. Apparently we have to provide the glitter, sequins and stickers to adorn them with (what do you expect for $2.99?) What will we do with these decorated stars? Probably just use some as gift tags, some strewn on the table for Christmas lunch, and possibly some strung together as a garland (but I'm getting tired just thinking about that).
I have also bought some Christmas Picture Cards ($2.99) that have 5 assorted designs on 25 different cards. It just gives younger kids abit more direction if they start whinging that they don't know how to draw a reindeer/santa/stable/angel. I'll get them to write some messages and hand them out to their friends and school/preschool/Sunday school teachers.
|I told you they were basic!|
|In case you didn't catch that, we're the best parents Eleanore has ever had!|