Posted by teacherjulie @ 10:41 pm

Week 5 of the FilipinoMomBlog.com‘s Fab Holiday Finds theme is red and/or green.

I have a red find here which features the red wooden tree I have already featured as the centerpiece of our Advent Wreath.

Below are two of the handmade Christmas tree decorations that my two younger and homeschooling children made. They made these during the first week of December.

Green paper Christmas trees and red paper Christmas stockings ornaments.

The materials used for these were from the personalized gift tags, white gift wrappers, and silver cord. Scrapbook embellishments plus red and green sequins were given for the children to decorate their ornaments.

The result?

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31 Dec, 2008 @ 1:43 pm

May you be more charming, richer, healthier and happiest this coming new year!!

Happy year 2009!

Greetings and cheers from sunny Singapore!

31 Dec, 2008 @ 1:51 pm

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MommyBa said:

Wonderful trimmings! Handmade items are always a joy to do and to display 🙂

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Lynn said:

Creative kids. 🙂

1 Jan, 2009 @ 1:00 pm
imom said:

Very creative, Julie. I love what you did this year with your holiday trimmings.

1 Jan, 2009 @ 2:25 pm
Mauie said:

Not only are your homemade trimmings practical, they also provide lasting Christmas memories for your children.

2 Jan, 2009 @ 10:06 am
ibyang said:

i love it julie!!!! 🙂
not only does your ornaments look great, may personal touch pa.

happy new year!

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