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Monday, December 5, 2016
Merry Christmas!! Stacy asked me to join her today, and I am soooo happy to be here sharing my most favorite season with you all!
All you need is a large piece of paper, a couple paper plates, a sponge, red and brown paint and a little sparkle--like stickers or glitter glue.
Repeat the same process, randomly placing two antler prints and a nose print around the paper--as much or as little as you like.
Once the paint dries, take the stickers and/or glitter glue and add a little pizzazz to sparkle it up.
Let it all dry and voila! Rudolph wrapping paper!
How much fun is that!! Well, I need to get back to work. Thanks soooo much for visiting with me today! And if you want even more fun, go on over and visit with my fellow elves...
Darlene Fredette - http://www.findingthewritewords.blogspot.com/
And if you are looking for some fun Christmas reads, why not try one of Stacy's Christmas in Noelle series, such as...
Wes O'Connor doesn't like the plan Angie has coerced him into for two reasons: 1) He's still paying for the last time those big brown eyes made him do something stupid and 2) He doesn't want to 'pretend' to date the beautiful baker, he wants the fairytale to turn into a real happily-ever-after.
Their ending may not be so happy, though, when they discover they aren't the only players in their little game of make-believe.