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Posted by Sophie, December 18, 2014

My first Crow Christmas

With the festive chill of December well and truly in the air, the Crows of Lant Street set out to throw another unforgettable Christmas party. Talk of canape recipes, party playlists, and the all important party decoration idea floated around the office. The Crows were determined to transform their Nest into a magical winter wonderland…

We thought that it would be great if this year, we could fill the office ceiling with sweeping hand made white paper chains. After ordering a heap of paper and double sided tape from our stationery supplier, we were set. Zoe and I headed to Steph’s house in north London, to make our vision into a reality. We arrived at around 6:15, and after spending the first half an hour pecking away at a very festive cheese board, we set down our plates, picked up our scalpels, paper and tape, and got chaining.

We made two difference sizes of paper chains, each made by cutting strips of A3 pieces of paper, rolling them around into circles and securing with double sided tape, after chaining onto the next piece in the chain. We had a wonderful evening and were very pleased with what we had created.

After transporting the paper chains into the office, we hung them the morning of the party and they looked great teamed with our Fairy lights and decorative trees. The party was a huge success, the paper chains looked great, the canapes were delicious and the prosecco was flowing, everybody had a wonderful time.

My first Christmas as Crow was truly magical. Not only does Nosy Crow know how to throw a wonderful Christmas party, we also have a lovely Christmas Lunch, and eat lots of biscuits, chocolate, and of course, delicious cakes throughout the Christmas period.

With Christmas just over a week away, the Christmas spirit has well and truly set in. So from me and all at Nosy Crow, I hope that you have a wonderful Christmas, and that you eat as much cake and chocolate as we have these last few weeks! Merry Christmas and a happy new year!

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