One of my favorite blogs to read is Made (http://www.dana-made-it.com/). A few weeks ago she featured autumn crowns that she made with her children. I knew it was the perfect craft for my boys so we made them the next day and they were a hit. They are super easy to make and I got lots of fun pics of my boys wearing them. This was one of my favorites.
Sunday, September 26, 2010
The I heart Faces challenge for the week is Chalk. My boys and I were playing outside with sidewalk chalk when I got the idea to get pics with the boys near thought bubbles. This is horrible but my husband always kids that our youngest is not the sharpest tool in the shed. I decided to take this pic for my husband because I know that my youngest is headed for great things.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
My oldest son was getting ready for bedtime and was really working on me to let him stay up later. He was being so funny that I grabbed my camera to take some pictures. This picture is of a smirk he gave when I told him he could stay up for five more minutes.
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
The I Heart Faces theme of the week is beach fun. We went to Kiawah Island in South Carolina for vacation this year and had the best time. This picture was taken our first night at the beach. We went straight from the car to the beach and the boys got right in the water with their clothes on trying to catch fish with their nets. This is my youngest looking down the beach holding his net.
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Monday, July 12, 2010
The challenge at I heart faces this week is I heart my country. I heart the USA and wanted to share our neighborhood parade that we joined in for the first time this year. I was surprised about the number of people that attended. It made me proud of my neighborhood and my country and we will definitely participate again next year.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
I've been seeing these tissue paper pom poms all over my favorite blogs and I've been dying to find an excuse to make some. I've got two boys so pretty much my only reason to make them came at Easter. I think they turned out pretty cute and they are super easy and cheap to make. These were the first ones I ever made so I learned that they need to be longer than wide or they will look more like butterflies than flowers. The best tutorial I've found is on Martha Stewart's website. Just type in tissue paper poms in the search box and it should come up.