Anyone who ever took a class with me in High School or College knows that I was Queen of doodling. I always looked very intent on the notes I was taking, keyword being looked. I did take notes, don't get me wrong. But surrounding my notes were doodle upon doodle. Mostly bubble letters. I think I began my bubble letter obsession in about the third grade, and it carried me all the way through college. Would you believe that I have used my bubble letter skills in my life more than anything I ever learned in Environmental Biology? Who knew my parents would get their money's worth out of my college education in such a round about way? (Just kidding Mom. Kind of.) Well this project put my bubble letter skills to the test. Since these letters are ironed on they have to be drawn, get this, backwards. Oh yes, I said backwards. As soon as bubble letter writing becomes an Olympic Sport I will be ready. Backwards and forwards. Michael Phelps has got nothing on me! In other words this is what I spent the morning doing, and I'm pretty pleased with the results. I've concentrated my Holiday decorating on my mantle because my house is eternally for sale. I don't think my Christmas decorations can be contained this much, but for now my Thanksgiving decor is sticking to the mantle, literally.