Thursday, February 9, 2012

More Hearts in Our Home

There are so many Valentine crafts being shared these days, I love it!! After my post last week, I found this from Simple and Joyful and knew Reece and I would be making some heart garland.
I prepared the hearts ahead of time, punched some holes in them and then we got busy. We both worked on a garland, gently stringing each heart onto the string. 





Mine was the first to go up in the kitchen window, where I can enjoy it each and every day as I prepare our meals.




Reece decided he wanted his in his room, above his craft table. It looks awesome hanging there, doesn’t it?


I think that is it for Valentine crafts this year, but thanks to a few other posts, I have ideas for next year already. Thanks mamas.

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  1. I think the wee one here would love to do that and I have all the materials! Have a great Thursday!

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    1. I bet he/she would love it! Hope you had time to give it a try, and if so, that you both had fun!

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  2. The garland is so sweet and I love the concentraction on Reece's face. It melts me. I've so enjoyed reading your post, particularly when you covered up the clocks. I think we'd all be better if we did that.

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    1. Thanks so much. He was pretty focused on this one.

      So glad you are enjoying my posts, I really do love writing and sharing them.

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  3. So glad you did this activity. It turned out great! Love that he wanted it in his own room.

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    1. Thanks Gretchen, it turned out wonderfully. Thank you for the idea :) He loves it hanging in his room, not sure what will happen when we try to take it down in a few weeks...

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  4. I bet he's a champ at stringing things now! Cute activity.

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    1. He is :) It was a great activity, Reece really liked it.

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  5. Soooooo sweet! Look how hard he is working...LOVE

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  6. Adorable! This would be anther great one for Gretchen -- thanks for sharing!

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