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« on: December 10, 2004 06:10:10 PM »

HELP! My mom's neighborhood (apartment complex) is having an outdoor decoration contest and she is DETERMINED to win, but she wants me to decorate it all.  She lives on the bottom floor of a two floor/ 4 apartment building.  We've done all the wreaths and outdoor lights, and i was considering making a snowflake curtain to hang from the 2nd floor made of pipe cleaner snowflakes.  Any ideas would be GREATLY appreciated.  The more unconventional the better!

« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2004 06:33:59 PM »

You could work with ice, if it's cold enough! You take any sort of tin can/pan shape, throw in some water and a variety of winter branches (holly, fir, red berries, etc.). You could even use a string in between the different shapes to make into a garland. I've seen this in a couple places, but I can't quite remember the website.

Also, if you have snow, SCULPTURES! I doubt anyone will take the timeto make snow sculptures, so if you did it would put you right over the top.  Grin


Meatwad: I'm satan's onion... or scallion, something like that.

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« Reply #2 on: December 10, 2004 07:56:19 PM »

 Undecided Philodendron5, I live in Mississippi.  I usually wear a t-shirt on x-mas.  Wink  But I could probably do some faux icey snowey sculpture things. Oh how I long for cold.


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