Monthly Archives: December 2009
In the spirit of keeping it frugal, check out these angels. The range in cost is between $1.99 and $10 and we’ve had them for years. After Christmas, we pack everything up and store them in either plastic garbage bags, … Continue reading
One way to get fantastic decorating ideas is to check out hotel lobbies. Blessed to live on Maui, here is some of what I found today, both favorites and not so favorites. Enjoy. Which one is your favorite?
To add drama without interfering with the office color schemes we hung paper lanterns from the ceiling with fishing wire. The christmas decorations all have white and gold to keep the theme elegant.
Only six days left until Christmas. You can find some of the best deals on Christmas items right after Christmas. Starting to plan for next years themes now. On the wish list so far: Pre-Lit LED Christmas trees in different sizes … Continue reading
This is a real tree in the conference room. It was a team effort to decorate the office and this tree. The idea was to use primarily blue and silver for the main colors and a few bits of green throughout the office for … Continue reading
Used white garlands, angels, boat standing on end like shelves, a white christmas tree, bows, flowers, and christmas balls. When you are tight on space, look up. We used the top of our cabinets above each of our desks in … Continue reading
Put each building in your village at a different level. Use crates, the boxes the buildings come in or even books. Picture a mountain with the houses tucked into the banks. Cover the boxes with fabric (e.g. sheet or table … Continue reading
Materials Needed: 1 swag 5 christmas balls, 1 candle holder for 3 candles spray painted silver 3 bows 2 grap clusters 1 floral branch taken apart First, fluff the swag. Then place the spray painted candle holder and wrap with … Continue reading
It’s nice if nativity scenes are at eye level. We are using the end of our bar to display ours this year. It was custom painted by one of our friends, Dan Beauchamp.