Webteam: December 2019
Deck the hall with boughs of holly — well not quite, but those of us gathered on a very windy wet afternoon for Fellowship Hour did produce some lovely festive wreaths to hang on our doors at home.
Allison demonstrated what we should do; then it was over to us. From a choice of three different coloured willows we each collected five sticks and then proceeded to attempt to join them together with either red or brown wire covered in paper. No mean feat I hasten to add, as many of us were all fingers and thumbs. However, we persevered and eventually we got our star shape. This we then decorated with glitter and plain wool, ivy and baubles for the center.
It was a very pleasant way to spend time together as it gave us the opportunity in a relaxed setting to just chin wag whilst making something special.
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