Alright, for all of you folks out there that are of the no-talk-of-Christmas-till-after-Thanksgiving persuasion, I’m with you, I promise. But, this upcoming Sunday evening will be our Deck the Halls event at church, so I spent the first part of this week getting ready for it in order to avoid working for the second half of the week. Typically there hasn’t been much done in the children’s wing for Christmas decorating, but we’re going to change that this year!
At the top of the stairs we have a rather large Christmas tree that I made out of cardboard. Fingers crossed that it will stay attached to the wall!
On Sunday evening, the kids will be able to decorate paper ornaments and “hang” them on our tree! We’ll also be working on red-and-green paper chains and possibly some handprint wreaths or handprint Christmas trees.
And, even though the refrigerator isn’t in the children’s wing, I couldn’t resist trying out this idea I saw on Pinterest:
Check back next week for Deck the Halls! Part 2 with pictures of what the kids make on Sunday!