Friday, December 14, 2007

Reindeer Bling


Oatmeal and glitter make a quick and easy Christmas Eve tradition. Mix together and sprinkle on the lawn. The sparkles help Santa find your house and the oats are a power-snack for his hardworking reindeer!

11 comments:

Bridget said...

Fabulous idea. I especially like glitter when it is outside.

Stie: My Favorite Things said...

I don't buy my kids glitter. They didn't learn about it until they went to school. I just can't stand the mess of it all. I am so stifling their creativity with my need for clean!

Annie said...

I'm keeping my fingers crossed that I still have at least one (maybe two) believers who would humor me on this...

Thanks Gab...great idea.

Lisa-Marie said...

That is such a darling idea! My kids would LOVE that. Now, I just have to remember the idea 16 days from now. Wish me luck.

Marty said...

I, too, hated all things messy. Playdough was about as far as I could go without unusual motivation. Gab, you run your home like a kindergarten, with lots of opportunities to make and create, sparkle and shine. This sounds like an idea I could have handled. I wish you'd given me these suggestions in those days.

gab said...

Mom, I tried...but you never wanted to listen to me back then!

martha corinna said...

This is a great idea. My kids will love it. Thanks!

John Holly Levi & Faith said...

Levi's preschool teacher did this in a little baggy for all her kids last year and it was the highlight of Christmas Eve. Right before he went to bed, we sprinkled a path to our house.
Hmmm... I need to buy some glitter and do it again!!!

Paige said...

You are giving to Jessica. See blog for the rules

mama jo said...

that sounds cute...how does it clean up?i'm also a person that hates all the messy stuff...i had glitter on my bar stools for about7 years from a birthday party...it never goes away...

gab said...

Just a note...if you are making Reindeer Bling and decide it might make a good hand-out at the church Christmas party...don't. Many complaints today at church. Sorry, Bishop!!!

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