M is for Movie and N is for North Pole. These two letters were done in the same day in one spectacular stop motion movie of our frozen North Pole which has been setting in the freezer since we made it on the I is for ice day of the challenge.
Josie was in charge of Rudolph, Santa and the word Merry.
Charlie worked with the polar bear, elf slippers that we made on the E for Ebenezer's elf slipper day and the letters for Christmas.
O is for oranges and whilst Charlie was at a party, Josie and I got to work with the oranges. We made a delicious smelling pomander and dried, sprayed and glittered some orange slices.
The whole kitchen smelt so wonderfully fragrant.
Finally on our Q is for quick catch up, P is for pretty paper. I have been known to save pretty paper and Paperchase is one of my favourite shops. Each January when we take down the cards and decorations and our house appears sparse and empty in comparison, I can't bear to throw away all the beautiful Christmas cards. So I save them and pack them away with the Christmas decorations ready to be transformed into weird and wonderful recycled Christmas creations the following year.
My little ones love searching out parts of the cards they want to use, chopping them up and then placing them together in new and original designs. This year we made upcycled Christmas cards for their school friends.
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