How To Decorate Windows For Christmas : Kids Bath Decorations.

How To Decorate Windows For Christmas

how to decorate windows for christmas

  • period extending from Dec. 24 to Jan. 6

  • "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" is a song by Darlene Love from the 1963 Christmas compilation album, A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector.

  • The annual Christian festival celebrating Christ's birth, held on December 25 in the Western Church

  • The period immediately before and after December 25

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  • make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.; "Decorate the room for the party"; "beautify yourself for the special day"

  • Confer an award or medal on (a member of the armed forces)

  • (window) a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air

  • (window) a transparent opening in a vehicle that allow vision out of the sides or back; usually is capable of being opened

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Christmas Scavenger Hunt

Christmas Scavenger Hunt

These items were sent to Norway as part of a Christmas Scavenger Hunt swap. Here are the categories and how the items fit into them:

• Something red – origami window star/sun catcher. I made this using translucent paper. Each point is folded individually, and then the points are glued together to create the overall pattern. To affix to your window, simply put a couple loops of clear tape on the back and press onto your window. The sunlight will shine through the star and illuminate the pattern.

• Something green – origami window star/sun catcher. (See above for more information.)

• Something Holiday recipe – recipe for chocolate caramel candy. I’m always looking for good recipes to make and share at Christmas. This one looks delicious; and it has won awards so that’s always a good sign of a recipe worth trying!

• Something to decorate with – 2 origami window stars/sun catchers. The white Swedish woven heart you could also use to decorate with, if you choose. You can add a ribbon hanger to it and fill it with decorations or treats.

• Something Holiday to craft – 2 instructions for making Stiffened Doilies and Gift Monograms; and 1 pattern that can be used for embroidery. The doilies and monograms are things I’ve wanted to make for a couple of years now. Both are incredibly easy projects, and could be done well before the holidays. The embroidery pattern is one that was shared with me through another swap on Swap-Bot. The person used some of the letters from the pattern I’m sending you to create embroidered gift tags. They were really cute! (One said “Merry Christmas”, for example.)

• Something white - The white Swedish woven heart I made from white paper that I printed “Merry Christmas” onto. My daughters and I enjoy making these hearts for Christmas, St. Lucia Day, and Valentine’s Day. There are many patterns on the internet for one just like this or much more complicated designs. The town we live in was founded by Swedish immigrants in the 1800s. There’s a little historical museum nearby that has some of the original buildings (home, barn, church, etc.), and a cute gift shop. The gift shop has lots of these Swedish woven hearts at Christmas time done in red and white. It’s very pretty. The white Christmas tree card also fits in this category. (See below for more information.)

• Something card – The white Christmas tree card is one that I made when I was living in Charlotte, North Carolina, and worked at an arts organization (they had a great arts education program that was open to the public). I engraved the design into a metal plate and then used a machine at a printmaking studio to press the design into the paper. This was my first printmaking experience and I really enjoyed it. It was something that I had no idea how to do, and was fascinated with the process. It was such a great experience working directly with a printmaker/artist who guided the class (and me) through the process.

The grumpy witch

The grumpy witch

I dont celebrate halloween as i am a Wicca, but we were invited to a party last night as it was not official halloween we went

the 31 october is my new year celebrated by a feast and leaving a light in the window and food to guide our relatives back to us for that night from the summerlands, any crops left in the field would be left, a few days later we have bonfires to burn the animal bones each person throws a stone into the fire with their name on it

the whole halloween , bonfire night, xmas, and easter are actually taken from out believes and given a christian meaning

My Christmas is the 21 december when i will bring into my home a yule log a wooden log decorated with greenery and burned for 12 nights we also decorate our homes with holly and other ever green plants (hence this is how the christmas tree came about) the children decorate trees in the garden with pretty coloured paper and hang oranges fruit and nuts out for the animals ( these traditions can be traced back further then the bible)

I am proud of who i am, proud to worship mother nature but do not force it on my kids they have a choice although with summer festivals they love to join in a lot of our festivals involve light, such as candles and lanterns

we are not odd or freaky we dont run naked round woods hugging trees, we just respect our environment and appreciate what the world provides for us

we follow the luna calender so each year has 13 months

how to decorate windows for christmas

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