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Thursday, October 8, 2009

Halloween Door Hanging

Hi friends (near & far!),
Today I have another project my son Jordan made at the "Teen Scene" class at my LSS. He chose a lot of the design elements himself. Well, let me give you a peek of it:

He chose which paper to use, where to place the die cuts, to add googlie eyes to the bats & even to hang one upside down! He's really catching on to this crafting thing now! I think he may even LIKE it! ((Gasp!)) The way I got him to go was...well... (the way to get any guy to play along, I suppose) ~~~> I told him there was going to be food involved :) This is more or less how the conversation went:

Me: "Jordan, do you want to go the the Teen Scene class & make some crafts?"
Jordan: "Naaaw."
Me: "They serve dinner AND dessert :)"
Jordan: "I guess I can try it out."

And he hasn't missed a class yet! or seconds on dessert :) But I really enjoy watching him create :) It's our special 'mommy & me' time that is fading fast --->insert tears here :(
Anyhoo, let me show you the back- oh yeah, it's double-sided:

Thanks so much for letting me share my little one's creations with you. I'm off to make a birthday card for one of my favorite people--- Gotta go!

6 comments:

  1. That's really great. He's doing a fantasctic job with the crafts. Thanks for sharing them.

    Hugs,
    Kristina

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  2. Your son is one talented crafter! TFS his wonderful creations and tell him we want to see more!

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  3. Karli, you have another crafter in the family! And he works for food! You can't beat that! Great project! Blessings to you and to Jordan!

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  4. What a fun mom/son time! Wonderful project- he did a wonderful job! TFS

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  5. Your son is very talented. Food is a good tool to bribe the men/boys, it always seems to work!

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