Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Tuesday @ Home

With the teaching year over, I can now concentrate on doing Christmas cooking and activities with my own children. So far, we spent Sunday wrapping hampers for families less fortunate than our own and had a cast of 20 family members to do the annual Christmas Cooking! Every year as a family,we discuss our Christmas theme for decorating the tree, the house and the Christmas table for our lunch. This year I had a brilliant idea of black and white spots, which got the thumbs down instantly. After numerous discussions we came up with red and white paper decorations. See what you think...

We started making red flowers for the wreath but changed to white doilies instead. We all made flowers out of different sized doilies and were as creative as we could be. (It didn't matter what they looked like)

Not a great photo, but we put battery operated lights through the cardboard so they shone through the flowers.

Some of our Christmas cooking:

Having fun decorating and eating the ginger bread creations.

I can't believe next Tuesday is Christmas, enjoy your week!


  1. I like your Christmas bunting.. so cute and looks easy to make! Thanks so much for sharing your ideas with us at Eco-Kids Tuesday!!

  2. Thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday over at Sugar Bee Crafts - you were featured yesterday!
    --Mandy, www.SugarBeeCrafts.com

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