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Here are some Holiday Projects from the Oh Happy Day Archives. I love this time of year so much!
1. Watercolor Christmas Cards 2. Printable Advent
3. Giant Candy Lights 4. Animal Installation
5. Felt Garlands 6. Christmas Party Photo Props
7. Store your Christmas Lights in Balls 8. Present Garland
9. Snowflake Garlands 10. New Years Eve Sequin Wall Backdrop
December 4, 20128:37 am
I loved the sequin wall and the giant candy lights from the first sight! They are so awsome!
December 4, 20128:51 am
I love the snowflake garlands and the christmas party photo props!! I love photo booths & photo props…I wish I had a bigger place so I could throw a party and do something like that! =)
Ergo – Blog
whitney @ thecurtiscasa
December 4, 20129:21 am
I love all these, but I can’t wait to do the animal installation someday for my (future) kids! How fun!
December 4, 201211:43 am
Love that sequin wall! Cute ideas!
December 4, 201211:56 am
I love the candy bulbs and ball of christmas lights!
December 4, 201212:16 pm
Love the Christmas Party Photo Props! I am throwing a NYE party this year and will probably use this idea to make NYE ones, which I’m sure will be popular at the party!
December 4, 201212:54 pm
I am loving the sequin photo booth back drop this is really lots of fun ! I am a real sucker for sequins and glitter !
Love Chrissi xo
Sara @ LiteraryLima
December 4, 201212:56 pm
Love the animal installation! Perfect for those of use without enough space to set up a little village. Plastic toys are good for so many things!
December 4, 20121:06 pm
Store your Christmas Lights in a Ball is perhaps my favorite tip. I thanked you when we got our Christmas decorations out this year. Stringing our lights was simple. No tangles to deal with. Thanks.
December 4, 20122:18 pm
Wondering if I’m brave enough to make some watercolor cards! I guess the holidays are the best time to give it a try!
December 4, 20124:53 pm
I adore the present garland. Thanks for re-sharing these ideas! They are all great.
Sarah [ Sarah The Architect ]
December 4, 20128:20 pm
LOVE that Sequin Backdrop. So pretty!!
December 4, 20129:28 pm
These are all wonderful, but my favorite is the simplicity of your Christmas with the animals and balloons. How beautiful!
This girl loves to talk
December 5, 20123:33 am
inspired by your pinata’s I’m working on a christmas stocking shaped one. Last year I did a candy cane using your methods and it was awesome. The stocking is coming along nicely (im much slower than you and do it in installments
I’ve also been collecting horses (from around the house, second hand, garage sale and shops) as a present for my daughter and plan to use your animal parade idea this year. I’ve loved that idea from when you first posted it a few years back
December 5, 201210:08 am
I love the printable advent!!! Great stuff Oh Happy Day!
December 6, 201211:37 am
omg! I’ve been sifting through “Oh happy day” all of this month trying to find all of your brilliant holiday ideas, you’ve saved me from so much sifting!!!thank You!!
December 6, 20121:12 pm
storing lights in balls…why didn’t I think of that?!
December 9, 20125:21 am
I am in love with the snowflake garland!!
December 10, 201211:42 am
I love this post and this site. Bloglovin the cr*p out of this one ^^
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