We move on to 1962, same sort of stories, even the same price!*
Let's start with decor, shall we?
|"The balls shown here were purchased in a West Germany store."|
|"They're easy to do, yet attractive to display."|
|"Designers show modern ways to do old things."|
|"For glamour, add electric lights in tree center."|
Awww, it's a Pride tree for your table top!
On to crafts. Again, not alot to work with since most ideas were either not bad or had muddy black & white photos.
Here's a couple of handmade gifts "for the teens." (the underlining is theirs, guess they wanted to emphasize that it's not for kids or adults.) The shirt above is made by adding embroidered tape to a slightly-altered white sweatshirt. It's not so bad, and I bet it's comfortable as all get out.
Another not-bad idea, an embroidered blue workshirt "to be worn with blue jeans." So don't wear it with a prom dress.
Time to eat!
Ladies, sit back down, this time is for the boys. I'm jealous, 'cause their spread sounds mighty tasty. And look at the dreamboat who's serving!
I'll leave you with an easy yet showy decoration to make yourself!
|(you'll have to click to get a good view 'cause the image is too wide)|
but they lose me somewhere between steps 4 and 5. Here's a piece of paper that looks like a spider, add staples and BOOM beautiful paper snowflake star!
Guess I'll be buying all my gifts this year.
Coming up next time, exciting winter crafts from McCall's Needlework & Crafts! You won't want to miss it, trust me.
*I looked it up, and BHG still puts out a Christmas Ideas magazine but it costs a wee bit more now. Since BHG's website is hard to navigate, I browsed the internets to find some clue as to whether the inside is the same in 2011. This year's issue featured the Christmas decor of several bloggers, but I haven't found any clues to craft ideas yet.