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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

the perfect crafts for a cold winter day

since the hype of christmas is over,
and it is too cold to get outside and play
talking like an average of ten degrees lately

our kiwi crate couldn't have come at a more perfect time, 
seriously love that she thinks its her own special present on our doorstep!
and
i always love the mix of things they come up with
my creativity struggles sometimes..
so having them do all the brain work & shopping for products
couldn't be a nicer perk!


lex wanted to start on the post cards first











art is truly in the eye of the beholder :)
but i can almost guarantee,
mimi would still love to receive one of these gems in the mail!


we started on the first craft a couple of days ago
and the next morning she had already started opening the other
so penguin bowling ball it was..
except it turned into penguin baseball
throwing a ball at the penguins was so much more fun than rolling it on the ground!






thanks kiwi crate!

7 comments:

  1. New follower! Where did you find the art hangers? LOVE it!

    Hannah

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    1. i bought it from ikea a couple years ago, so not sure if they still carry them?!

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  2. I have never heard of those crates before what an awesome idea! My girl is still a bit wee but oh boy, I can't wait until we can craft together!

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  3. Ohhh how fun but I lovereeeee that chandelier turned post card holder!! I'm sure you did a DIY I just missed it:)

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  4. When I was little, someone signed me up for a similar program! I loved it and I think my Mom did too. It's so fun because they sent things I never would have known to ask for or try and my Mom wouldn't have come up with the supplies or activities either. :) Have fun!

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  5. What a wonderful idea to beat the cabin fever that comes with this cold weather! PS: love the blog!

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