Here are door decorations. My dorm "house" had a floor competition which was the door decoration, which we were given two roles of gift wraps and ribbons. We could use other materials we wanted. So here it goes: the two hours of planning, four hours of putting it up, and my roommate's effort of making the letters for five hours.
(Ribbons and ornaments with our name on)
(it says "Winter", "Christmas", "Celebrate", "December","Frosty","New Year"
All letters with "R" like Rutgers!)
Gladly, we won! We got our gift cards last week and I was so happy. It's still on, so if you happen to visit my house, please come up and look at it!
Another story: So as you know, I am a gift giver/gift "designer". I was going to not wrap any gifts this time because I was lazy and did not want to spend any money. But one day my friend told me she would like to beat me with gift wrapping this year, so I could not "let her win". So, I picked some gift wraps up on the snowy day (what was I thinking?) and started wrapping.
I got everyone's gifts during the Black Friday, so I started to wrap whenever I felt stressed out from studying.
(The "Starry Night" charcoal that I was supposed to give as prizes for my 1000 hit event.)
(Everyone's card has different carols and different pictures.)
It looks a bit crappy on here, but it was okay in real life. Madeline was given to my friend who was about to leave the town soon. That was my favorite childhood book so I thought it would be great to share it. And I realized when I gave her the gift, she told me that she read the book when she was young but she lost the book. It was great when you share something from childhood!
I haven't got back any gift yet (unfortunately! haha just kidding), but if I get any, I will try to post here. Till then, I will share my Christmas installation in downtown New Brunswick as I exit out.
Copyright 2012. Photography by Timetaler. First two works done by my roommate and I. Other works are done by me. Christmas installation done by local artists. If you have more information, please share with me.