Thursday, December 19, 2013

Make and Listen





Making:

~ a winter toque and fingerless mitts for Justin

~ another little lantern girl for a very special little one in our lives

~ a little fun with some tape and paint, Reece added some snowflakes to his

~ and a little more fun with beads and pipe cleaners, cardboard stars and yarn, and a jar, water, a snowman and sparkles


Listening:

~ Christmas music all day long around here

What are you making and listening to this week?

Joining Dawn

22 comments:

  1. You have been busy creating and I love it all! Must try those tape paintings with the boys!

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    1. We have, always creating in our home :) Your boys will love it, have fun!

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  2. As always, I love your and Reece's creations!

    We have been making lots of Christmas crafts/gifts with old Christmas cards - wall hangings, ornaments, garlands, gift tags...so much fun!

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  3. I love the winter trees! And that little lantern girl eek!

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  4. I love the little girl with the lantern!

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  5. Oh my goodness! The little lady is the cutest!

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    1. Awe, thanks. I hope the little recipient feels the same way :)

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  6. I adore the lantern girl. So sweet.
    The trees turned out very cool. Neat project.
    Thanks for joining in this week!

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  7. Love the little lantern girl! We have some bead snowflakes just like that on our tree from years ago. A great ornament for little hands to create. ;)

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    1. Thanks, and yes, those bead ornaments are awesome for little hands, we made some last year too!

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  8. love the tweed yarn :) Love the paintings so pretty and yet simple.

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    1. Thanks Karen, let's hope Justin likes it too :)

      The paintings were a lot of fun to do and we love how they turned out.

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  9. Kim, I love those tree prints! They're magical. And simple. How about a tutorial?

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    1. Thanks Lisa! I agree with you...magical and simple. Maybe, it comes from something I saw a few years ago online, can't remember where or I would share the link, just kept it in the back of my mind. Maybe a little tutorial after the holidays :)

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  10. Love those little paintings! I have been making lots of knit projects but they are not all laid out on towels for blocking so they can be all packaged up. Now I'm just figuring out what projects will fill my time now that they're all completed. Thanks for sharing all you make, each time I see something it inspires me in one way or another. :)

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    1. Thanks! You got it all done, that is awesome, nice work! And now the good part giving it and taking time to figure out what to do next. Have fun!

      Always happy to inspire, especially if it has to do with creating :)

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