Super easy, I just placed a dab of hot glue on the back of the car, tied a knot in my string and placed the end of it in the glue to dry. Then I tied a little ribbon into a bow around the hanging string and placed it on my tree. Besides my son wanting to take them down and play with them all the time, these little ornaments are perfect (and cheap).
Now this little decoration is new to our house this year. As I was walking through the toy section the other day, I spotted this adorable vintage red pick up truck die cast. It was perfect and I knew that I wanted to use it in my holiday decorating. In order to make the truck more Christmas like, I grabbed a mini tree to place in the bed and voila!
We are using this one as a table centerpiece, but it could really go anywhere.
I “may” let my little boy keep this holiday decoration to play with after the holidays are over since he is being so good at not touching it while mommy is playing with it. 🙂 Poor kid. I know that this one is really tempting too.
That’s it for our holiday decorations this year so far, unless you count the old red gas cans sitting on our front porch. But before we leave I wanted to share with you a silly and fun little gift guide for people people who like cars, because I have had way too much fun browsing through online shopping not to share some of my favorites with you!
Schylling Silver Racecar Metal Speedster