Friday, September 9, 2011

What the kids did...

Well father's day at our place was a fun day  - the boys spent most of their time with their daddy building something that I will hopefully be able to show you later next week. It involved hammers, nails, timber, a staple gun (for the man of the house - not the kids), and oh, other stuff that I'm not going to tell you, so when you see it it will be a surprise. We ate mango, grape and fetta salad, broccoli pasta salad, and lemon self saucing pudding. The former two recipes were something I just made up.


The boys did a little painting leading up to the day (although some of it wasn't finished till it was time to give it!) and then I placed their hands on their artworks and traced around the outline of their hands.


I picked up this cool frame - not my usual thing, but I really like it. It's a white frame with blue resin over the top. And here is a close up of the verse. Inspiration from here.


Linking up at OCS

9 comments :

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  2. This is beautiful - I bet it will be treasured in years to come :-)

    Jem xXx

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  3. just beautiful! i am sure their daddy just loved it xxx

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  4. I like that idea of tracing their hands around the art work! looks great!

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  5. Love this, they are small for so short a time! R

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  6. What a wonderful Fathers Day present!!!

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  7. SO pretty!! Would LOVE it if you would share this project at my turquoise lovin' party going on right now!! http://www.sweetlittlegals.com/2011/09/turquoise-lovin-4.html

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