The 12 Months Of Christmas

Read "A Christmas Secret," a children's story by Susan Molthop

Get out the broken or shabby decorations and do repairs.

Go on a field trip and collect pinecones and other naturally dried plants and flowers, for Christmas decorating (wreaths, centerpieces, dried arrangements, potpourri, Yule log, etc.)

If you don't have space for a Christmas tree, start planning a wreath. Miniature ornaments, handmade items, battery-operated miniature lights, can all be used to make something wonderful. Gather up all those old refrigerator magnets and cover them to look like Christmas presents, using paper and ribbon. When the time comes, arrange them as wreath on your fridge.


Original patterns, articles, and links to other online resources for people who love to knit or crochet easy projects.

January April July October
February May August November
March June September December

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