Hi there! Welcome to another edition of Hannah’s Corner for the How To Distress Furniture monthly newsletter.
I have two really cool items to share this month for the Christmas season.
First, if good St. Nick is coming to your house this year you better make sure you’ve got something for the reindeer to eat.
Here is my own recipe for Reindeer Treats. They really will love them!
Things You Will Need:
- Ziploc Baggie
- Oatmeal ( Any flavor)
- Glitter ( Optional)
- Cinnamon Powder or Peppermints
- Put oatmeal in the baggie
- Sprinkle the cinnamon powder or the crushed peppermints onto the oatmeal
- Sprinkle the glitter onto that
- Close the baggie and then shake the ingredients together
- On Christmas Eve night sprinkle this on your lawn or roof and see if it is gone the next morning…
WRITE A LETTER TO SANTA!
Now I want to show you how easy it is to write a letter to Santa
What You Will Need
- A Stamp
- A Blank Envelope
First write your letter to Santa with the pen and paper. You can also draw him a picture if you like. He really likes those.
Second get the letter and put it in the envelope and seal it
Next put the stamp on it and address the front to:
Now, put it in the mail and wait for your reply from Santa!
That’s it for another edition of Hannah’s Corner. We hope you enjoyed it. Merry Christmas
You’ll love these Christmas vase and centerpiece ideas from this photo on Pinterest
Don’t miss these 50 amazing gift wrapping ideas over at olderandwisor.com. Check out this amazing post here
You will really enjoy the amazingly creative faux Christmas mantle designed by Mimi at Blue Roof Cabin. Check out her post and pictures here
Can you believe it’s that time of year again? If you are like us you’re always looking for something a little special to bring to the annual feast of thanks, so for this months newsletter we put together some cool items from around the web to share with our readers that are sure to be a hit this year.
Hope you enjoy it!
GOBBLE, GOBBLE, GOBBLE
Ashley over at 7th House On The Left has shared a really cool, and tasty, Thanksgiving desert item that is sure to be a hit this year. Very easy to make also! Go check it out here
Laura at Happy Hawkins shares some wonderful crafts for the kids!
I just love the idea of this Thankful Tree from Emily over at Bargain Bound
21 THANKSGIVING ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS
Here are 21 activities for the kids this Thanksgiving. Compiled over at Proverbs 31 Woman
Don’t forget amongst all of the feasting, cooking, laughing, traveling and whatever else your Thanksgiving holiday may hold, that it is a time to give THANKS.
Never forget that.
Just stop for a bit. Ponder what you have, not what you don’t. Remember how truly blessed you are and say THANKS!
Have a blessed holiday,
Angie & Chris