We have not watched a single Christmas show this year.
Not. One. Single. Christmas. Show.
I know, I know, It’s terrible. It’s horrible. It’s downright Scrooge like.
I really have no explanation why. Perhaps it’s just timing? Perhaps I’ve been too wrapped up in Keeping up the Kardashians? Perhaps it’s because I got hooked on an Amazon Prime show, Catastrophe? (Though, at just six episodes I binged it in a single Friday night).
But we’re not feeling Scrooge like. Not at all. I mean, the decorations are up inside (here and here and here) and have been so for weeks. I’ve engaged in some serious Christmas crafting (here and here and here and here).
I even decorated the front door …
So while I don’t have any Christmas show recommendations for you this year, I do have door ideas for a Christmas door that is easy, affordable …
and can even be stretched to last all winter long.
Door Ideas: Christmas Door With Snowflakes DIY
(Don’t blink or you might miss the tutorial ;))
Pick up snowflakes from the dollar store; they come in packs of three | Pick up Scotch’s restickable mounting dots at office supplly store (I found mine at Staples & Office Depot) | Add restickable dot to center of snowflake | Stick snowflake to window pain inside of door*
*I’ve found that some snowflakes insist on propelling themselves off the door. In these instances, I try again with a new dot. And if that doesn’t work, I use multi-surface glue to glue the dot to the snowflake. Let dry and then attach to inside window on door.
Now I need to find some Christmas shows to binge watch this weekend.
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laura@duke manor farm says
the hallmark channel has some amazingly cheesy Christmas shows. 🙂
Brenda Kula-Pruitt says
I haven’t watched any either. I only have basic cable. Which is fine because I only watch TV at night. Being single, I can NOT have a TV in my living room and there’s no one to complain about it!
Will have to look for some of those cheesy shows on Netflix since we don’t have cable. They don’t usually have any new Christmas shows, so I will need to settle for old stuff. It’s very rainy so we have no place to go today. Cheesy would be good.
Yes, I’ve been watching some of Hallmark’s movies and once in awhile catch one else where. I really have special memories regarding Polar Express. The kindergarten wing at one public elementary in TN had PJs and hot chocolate day (half) and showing this movie on last day prior to Christmas break the two years that I worked with them.
After asking you about your snowflakes the other day, I was thrilled to see this post. Now go maske a big bowl of popcorn and watch a holiday movie. You can add cheese to both your popcorn and selection of movie.
Ann C says
I put snowflakes on my mirror made to look like a window. I just taped them to the frame. Going to go look for the things you used for attaching the snowflakes to glass.