How to Craft a Christmas Tree with Your Son
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By The American College of Emergency Physicians and the American College Of Nursing and Allied Health Professionals (ACIP-AHP) in cooperation with American Tree Company, a family-owned and operated business in Washington, DC, a simple yet beautiful tree for the holidays is now a reality.
The American College in Washington has teamed up with the Nancy the Crafts of Washington, D.C., to provide a simple, easy Christmas tree with a special Christmas tree and crafts for the family, including carving, twirling, and decorating.
Nancy and her husband, Ben Franklin Crafts, both physicians, have been craftsmen for over 40 years.
Nanette is a senior in high school and plans to complete her degree in nursing this year.
She plans to spend her first Christmas with her family.
“We’ve seen a lot of people take Christmas to a new level of decorating,” said Nancy, a junior at the school.
“We thought, we can make a tree that would make them feel like a true Christmas tree.
We wanted something that looked like it was a Christmas tree but could also be used as a decoration.”
The tree is an easy, clean and simple Christmas tree that can be used for any occasion.
The tree has a wide window so that you can take in the warmth of the holiday season.
The tree also has a large, hand-carved decorative crown on one end that is a perfect accent to the tree.
The Nancy and Ben Franklin craft are available for purchase at the Nancy and Benjamin Franklin Craft Supply store located at 1210 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Suite 100, Washington, District of Columbia, 20250.
For more information, call (202) 692-0045.
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By The American College of Emergency Physicians and the American College Of Nursing and Allied Health Professionals (ACIP-AHP) in cooperation…