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The Fun of Christmas Decorations

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29th Dec 2007 Pat and Lyn Great to see all the home decorations being made - it made me remember the fun I had in my teaching days making Christmas decorations and cards with the children. Even our old classroom began to look glamorous! We still enjoy hanging up our favourite Santa Claus on the glass door, and red baubles from the ceiling to make a grotto,all well-loved rituals.

23rd Dec 2007 Agnes When I was a girl, my grandmother used to buy a new bag of pegs for the washing line, but give them to us so we could paint them and stick things on them to make tree decorations. There wasn't any gold or silver paint that I recall, but reds and blues were a lovely contrast to the green - even if it was a plastic tree!

23rd Dec 2007 swede That is such a gorgeous idea - making things and keeping them, to bring out at this time of year when everyone has memories of one sort or another. Even old, shop-bought ones have memories attached to them and that they survive for so long is part of their magic.

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