Christmas with the First Ladies #NGFirstLadies

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Christmas with the First Ladies #NGfirstladies

Christmas with the First Ladies

Now that December is here it’s time to start decorating, planning crafts for W, and most of all, it’s time to think about what to buy. I was sent this great book, Christmas with the First Ladies: The White House Decorating Traditions from Jacqueline Kennedy to Michelle Obama. Let’s face it, no one decorates for Christmas like they do at the most famous house in America. I’ve always been fascinated by long-standing traditions, especially traditions of past and present First Ladies.

Christmas with the First Ladies Book #NGfirstladies

While flipping through this book I came across a few things that I’d like to recreate for Christmas. Since I’ll have about two weeks off from work I’ll have some free time to bake and craft a little more. The one project I’m going to do next week are Michelle Obama’s Gingerbread Ornaments. My family used to make these when I was growing up. It will be fun to share something with W that I did when I was younger.

Enjoy Christmas with the First Ladies #NGfirstladies

Want to read Christmas with the First Ladies? Maybe you know someone who would like to receive this book as a present.  Use the code NGLADIES at checkout on the Insight Editions website to  receive 50% off.  You’ll want to hurry though, this code is only good until December 10th, 2012.

Starting December 10th, the Noise Girls will be hosting a Christmas with the First Ladies Pinterest Contest in celebration of this awesome book!

Stay tuned for more information, inspiration and a chance to win one of 5 copies. And watch for more reviews and posts from fellow Noise Girls. You won’t be disappointed.

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