In my last post, I shared our virtual Southern Exposure workshop, where friends Kate, Jan and I decorated a tealight candle holder. But Kate and I had ordered another project, too, and although we didn't Zoom this one, I wanted to share it. (Cue the Music!)
It was making our own Rudolph. Southern Exposure delivered this well made reindeer, with limbs screwed in. Along with it was a bag of "stuff."
This was the simplest project ever. One plastic ball, with its hanging mechanism removed, was screwed into a hole on the reindeer's nose. Then I just added the three balls and spray of bells to the antlers and tied the bright red and white scarf around his neck. Voila!
(The project also came with lights but I opted out of that. That might change but right now, I like it without.)
This took all of five minutes. And then he went to his new home, outside!
It's looking a lot like Christmas inside, too -- but that's coming soon!
(A collection of all Christmas 2020 posts is here, in case you missed something during this busy season!)