Christmas Day food
7 layer bean dip, fresh fruit platter, veggie platter with dip, triple crock pot filled with Rotel Velveeta dip, meatballs, and little smokey sausages in barbecue sauce
And of course, lots of cookies, some candy and a pound cake.
My daughter got this gingerbread house kit on clearance at Walmart for $3. My brother, the wreath maker, put it together with his great nieces, Elizabeth and Andie. Elizabeth was interested in making the house look pretty but Andie was just interested in eating the candy trims.
My mom made the felt and cloth Santa about 50 years ago, he looks pretty good after all this time I think.
This year, she crocheted the outfit for a new Santa doll. He is plastic and I bought the undressed doll at Hobby Lobby at a clearance sale.
Mom made his outfit with supplies she had on hand. Can you see Santa's rhinestone belt buckle? New Santa has a bit more bling than old Santa. He also has eyeglasses.
That's how we had our family time here in Oklahoma. Our decorations are still out and will probably stay out for another week or so.
I hope you all a happy Christmas, however you celebrated.