View Single Post
  #2  
Old 10-08-2007, 10:13 PM
Annette1990's Avatar
Annette1990 Annette1990 is offline
Santa's Mentor
 
Join Date: Oct 2007
Posts: 7,856
Thanks: 1,009
Thanked 1,668 Times in 940 Posts
Annette1990 is a safe caroling companionAnnette1990 is a safe caroling companionAnnette1990 is a safe caroling companionAnnette1990 is a safe caroling companionAnnette1990 is a safe caroling companionAnnette1990 is a safe caroling companionAnnette1990 is a safe caroling companionAnnette1990 is a safe caroling companionAnnette1990 is a safe caroling companionAnnette1990 is a safe caroling companionAnnette1990 is a safe caroling companion
Cute idea...sounds kinda like my bulb icecream cone ornaments I have made and plan to make with my daughter and her friends this year. Should be fun. Kids love to do things like this. And I am with you...a mess can always be cleaned up, no big deal really. Especially for me..I have hardwood floors throughout my home.













Quote:
Originally Posted by officepro4u View Post
I buy plain colored Christmas bulbs. I usually get silver, gold, blue, purple, green, etc. Then I buy the glitter glue tubes, it's WAY easier than buying glue and glitter separate (and messier), rhinestones, ribbon, and other Christmasy decorations.

I give the kids the bulbs, glitter glue and decorations and let them go to town. They come up with the prettiest decorations you've ever seen. WAY prettier than anything you can buy!!

If they make a mess, it's just glue and can be wiped up. No big deal!

I usually write a year (or have them do it) somewhere on the bulb so when we pull them out year after year, we'll know how old they were when they created it.

It is great to pull them out of the box to hang on the tree and you see ornaments from when they were 5 or 6 and how much better the artwork gets as they get older.

Diana
Reply With Quote