Because of Jeff’s new job, we have been meeting with realtors as we attempt to figure out our housing situation. One of their suggestions was to “de-personalize” our house by removing family photos. Our favorite photos were arranged on the biggest wall in the living room. I didn’t want to take them down and have a giant blank wall staring at us. So I decided to make a cheery Christmas wall instead.
I took shiny cardstock, chipboard letters and snowflake stickers and placed them on top of the photo in each frame. In some, I spelled out Christmas words like joy, bright, love, and noel.
In others, I put a mix of 3-D snowflake stickers.
I am pleased with the result. It is simple but festive for the season.
Now what am I going to do with those frames after Christmas????
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