Easy Outdoor Xmas Decoration

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Easy Outdoor Xmas Decoration

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Bonus ... don't have to worry about finding somewhere to store them for the rest of the year.

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This gives me an idea. It would require drinking lots of fluids prior though...
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Beautiful coloured marbles and when they melt what do you get....
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Here's a how-to but just popping in has a point.

https://www.hometalk.com/41131731/giant ... yard-decor
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There's always the Bah Humbug route. don't forget that. :130:
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oneh2obabe wrote:Bonus ... don't have to worry about finding somewhere to store them for the rest of the year.

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Considering we rarely even have Snow for Christmas let alone freezing, I would leave the balloons on.

Probably will work in Edmonchuck though.
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Bsuds wrote:
Considering we rarely even have Snow for Christmas let alone freezing, I would leave the balloons on.

Probably will work in Edmonchuck though.



My thought as well, especially for the month of December. Lucky to have it last 2 weeks.
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I love the balls.
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Tomato cage xmas gnomes!
For each:
tomato cage
cheap or old fleece blanket (I used whatever had)
Dollar store Styrofoam ball for nose (painted pink/red)
dollar store 2 socks (arms)
Dollar store Baby mittens (hands)
Dollar store cotton mop (cut end loops and loosen ribbon holding it together)
Dollar store long hat
Glue gun /safety pins /or needle thread

1 hour. Great fun with kids.
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oneh2obabe wrote:
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Just want to point out that buckets have their handles at the top, not the bottom. This project is a little more involved than the text implies. Still a cool idea tho!

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