Laurelle Armet


It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

Armet Christmas tree.

Armet Christmas tree.

As the temperature continues to drop and the smell of freshly baked cookies begins to fill the air, many of us are prepping for the joyous holiday that is Christmas. It seems each year Christmas decorations are brought out in stores earlier and earlier (Wait your turn Christmas, Thanksgiving isn't over). My family and I usually walk around town horrified as Christmas invades the town and try to ignore it until after my youngest sister's birthday in December. 

After this point, Christmas is on! We gather to make gingerbread and shortbread cookies, listening to Christmas classics. My brother and dad get up on ladders to hang Christmas lights. Out comes the decorations, in which are always placed strategically and beautifully by my mom. And lastly we gather to decorate the tree.

I love this time of year. Being around family, in the warmth of a cozy home. The twinkling lights in the background as we discuss Christmas plans.

This Christmas I wanted to challenged myself with some Christmas themed design. I also have been itching to try some comic/cartoon work. So I googled some (corny) Christmas jokes (feel free to share and become the jokers at your staff Christmas party) and voliĆ !

What do you call a kid who doesn't believe in Santa?
A rebel without a Claus. 

If Frosty the Snowman marries a vampire, what would they name their child?

How much did Santa pay for his sleigh?
Nothing, it was on the house.

What did Adam say on the day before Christmas?
"It's Christmas, Eve!"

source: http://www.jokes4us.

I hope your tree looks better than Santa's and that you have an awesome Ho-Ho-Ho-liday! (God, I'm funny)