Star On Our Barn
I think that this star is the one that Teresa was talking about wanting to know how to do. Cut 5 twigs the same length. Mine are about 25" long. The twigs are about 1" in diameter. Look at the picture and lay each of the twigs the same. Nail at the end where two meet. It really is simple. Hope you can make one!! If you have a real tree cut the branches off (after Christmas) and then you would have a star. I keep mine up all year long. I have my star on the door of our barn.It is one of my favorite things. Enjoy!! Hope this helps you, if you need a little more help, just contact me or leave a comment. My star had snow sprayed on it when I first got it. MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!!!
We have snow coming so Mr. Phil is out taking care of all the animals. They will be ready for the weather. I can't wait for snow. Shannon will leave tomorrow and when she gets home she will have tons of it. It is at 8" now and still coming down in Nevada!!!!!!! Awww, I hope I get as much!!!!! When Shannon and I were young and lived in Alaska we would get to jump off the roof of our house and into snow. Oh, the days. I remember when we would wake up in the morning after snow had covered the ground all night. If you would look out over the field, you would see little feet marks and a little tail down the middle on top of the fallen snow. There would be tons of little trails from all the little shrews dancing across the snow while we were all asleep. Hmmmmm such a fond memory. If you have a memory from Christmas, please tell us or maybe a memory from what you did when it snowed.