Friday, December 18, 2009

I found this project online and it's recommended to do with the kiddies. It involves telephone book pages, paint, and LOTS of glue. So one day this week when my 6 year old was recovering from the flu, we had at it. It was messy, but fun and entertaining. It might be something you'll want to try this week when the family is home!

Today ends our week of Christmas decorations and I think most will agree that they have been festive and inspirational! Thanks for stopping by in the midst of this busy time and stay tuned for more festive ideas.


Kerri's altered CD gingerbread man. He was cut on her cricut using Paper Dolls Dress Up and embossed with Swiss Dots.

Wanda's bright winter origami star.

Joni found a package of Making Memories Ornaments from a past holiday. She used the paper and embellishments included in the kit and decorated the "vintage" side. But looking for a brighter" option, she turned them over and decorated the other side with some of her own stash. Now she can turn the ornaments from one side to the other depending on what mood she's in.

Jessica's acrylic square ornament is simple, but effective
using some Stickles and a word cut with her Cricut.

Jessica's Santa figure is created out of a sheet of red cardstock and a scrap of skin-tone cardstock, some scraps of white cardstock curled for his beard and moustache, and brads for his eyes, nose, mouth and buttons.


Crystal aka Caitlynsmommy said...

WOW these are super cute!

Tanya Rudd said...

All of these are amazing! I have to try the phone book/paint/glue wreathes with my girls.