I got this idea from Emily Rose at http://www.simplyvintagegirl.com/blog/index.php/2010/11/27/the-thankful-tree/
It's almost time to take down those Christmas decorations! Thinking back on the course of the year, I was pondering that controversial posts about what holidays Christians choose to celebrate. One of my friends who chooses not to celebrate Christmas made a good point. Why not celebrate Jesus every day? I agree.
So, off to the Thankful Tree~
This was great Thanksgiving idea! I have friends who have made a whole Thankful Wall in their house. I love that. So we are going to leave this little tree up for most of the year and see haw many thankful tags we can add.
Look at this one:
The best thing about this is that it didn't cost me a dime. My hedge row not only has evergreen, it has deciduous bushed too. I used scrapbooking paper and the same ribbon that was in my bathroom for Christmas. I had a heart paper punch that was a pretty good size for my tree.
Bring on Valentines Day!