cronberriu and put
on Gr-r-r-r-r's neck for the durotion,
... tip long-needled pine bronches with gilt, ond
wire gilded pine cones to them. They're lovely in voses,
heoped on the mantel piece, or tied with your favorite
color ond tocked on the front door.
. . . get striped stockings (see poge 134) ond fill them
with inconsequentiol homemode goodies - popcorn
bolls, opples, candy cones, gilded wolnuh - and pin
them over the mantel for casual friends who come to
wish you o merry Christmos.
. . . hove a greot bowl of heather sproys on the hall
console to pin on all and sundry. Or make yourself ear–
rings of mistletoe sprigs.
. . . deck the festive board with a baby tree gay with
candied apples; or sparkling with colorful packages; or
giddy with painted pretzels.
. . . concoct grape clusters of Chriitmos tree bolls ond
hong them over door-ways; fill clear gloss bowls or
gobleh with them; or tie them on your snood .
. . . ma"h a •ol;d phalan• al Ch,;.ima• <andl.. amu
the mantel and watch the flames dance in the mirror.
. . . use bright red apples as candle holden on the