Saturday, December 19, 2015

Fork and Spoon Santa Ornaments and More

New additions to our tree ornament  this year are the  craft projects that my children did in their  classroom and  in art class.  First up is this spoon and fork that were bent and designed it into Santa ornaments.  Aren't they cute?
 My daughter  did this glass ornament during their Christmas party yesterday.  One of the Moms  brought some  glass ornaments, crayons and  blow dryer to melt the crayon inside the   glass ornament, pretty cool isn't it?
 My daughter's teacher gave each one of them  this  glittered cross ornament to hang in the tree.  How very thoughtful of her!
 So here's how it looks.  This is what my son did, a bent  spoon that was painted and decorated  and made it into a Santa  ornament.

 They have a new  teacher in art class this year  and I am glad that she keep the tradition of making an ornament as a project every year.  Their former teacher did this every year with the kids.  It is a special  present that kids bring home   for Christmas to parents.
 My daughter did the fork.  They  are both  unique and beautiful.
  I love presents like this that  would  be part of our family's Christmas tree for years to come.
We drove around Marland Heights  while   one of our kids  was taking piano lesson and was surprised to see the Marland Heights pool well-lit and decorated as well.  This is the first time I've seen it decorated for the holiday.
To my  Shadow Shots friends,  merry Christmas to you all!

8 Smart Readers SAID::

Ralph said...

The ornaments are extra special as they are made by the family - an look for fabulous on the tree! Lovely decorations too on the building - perhaps Weirton's best dressed for the holiday!

carol l mckenna said...

Very creative ornaments the children made and love you Xmas photo ~ lovely!

Wishing you the magic and love of the season
artmusedog and carol

Nova said...

Very crafty indeed, and very nice project. that is something I'd like to make with my kids

Gemma Wiseman said...

What a creative idea with the fork and spoon. Your children have created gorgeous Christmasy decorations.
And the very happiest Christmas to you. Thanks so much for sharing the hosting of SSS2.

Unknown said...

Nice looking ornaments you got there! It certainly adds joy to the Christmas cheer!

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Elizabeth O. said...

That's an awesome way to recycle! I love the idea and I bet the kids love it too!

Nonnie said...

I too had students make gifts for their parents. These ornaments are delightful and will be a source of joy for your family each year, I'm sure.

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