It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here thanks to Mr. Bublé. After I bought his CD the other day (love it!), we’ve been listening to the sounds of Christmas, which put me in the mood to make things feel like Christmas. Yes it’s early, but I make no apologies. I’d like to blame Michael but really it’s my eagerness to get the decorating done early. Just a little bit every day and I’ll have time to enjoy December!
I had an idea the other day for a craft project that I wasn’t sure would work, but in the end turned out so cute I had to share. It’s an ornament tree made from dowel rods and marabou feather boas. How fun is this?
To recreate your own, here’s what you’ll need. One wood bun foot; one ¾” x 36” dowel rod and six ¼” x 36” dowel rods from a home improvement store; white paint (or primer); saw to trim ¾” dowel rod; sharp clippers for ¼” dowel rods; power screwdriver with ¼” drill bit; hot glue gun; 12-15 feet of marabou feather boas from a craft store. Optional supplies: craft glue, glitter, and tree topper.