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|Good morning, Miss Chipper!
Spot grabs her and bends her back and gives her a Rudolph Valentino type kiss! Chipper is so surprised, why Mr. Spot! Whatever was that for?
Spot says, cause I've made it to halfway of the month! And you are so beautiful!Hehee!!!
Can we watch the Nanny? mom and I love that show! What's for breakfast? You want to go for a walk later on? Am I asking to many questions?
OK, here's my blog:
Here's Saturdays blog early! As you can see, we are making table top stand alone trees! They are very easy, even though they look hard!
1. Decide how many sides you want. Two pieces of paper, folded and cut into a tree shape make a very simple tree.
2. staple or sew the creases and unfold to make perpendicular sides. More pieces of paper make a fuller tree.
3. Once you have as many sides as you want, you can cut out ornament shapes, like stars and balls and glue them to the tips of the branches.
My preference is three pieces of paper, cut and unfolded. This gives you more room than the one in the picture to decorate! You can also add little tiny bows and a star or angel on top!
Again, let your imagination run wild!
To answer a couple of questions, craft paper is the same as construction paper, and you can add glitter if you want, just stay away from Little Angel!
Also, you can make a beautiful tabletop display with cotton ball snow, and lots of tiny trees! Sprinkle a little glitter(preferably white) on the 'snow' and it will look quite fetching!
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