Monday, November 30, 2015

12 Days of Christmas (Day Seven)

 
Welcome back to the 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop (Day Seven)! This hop will take place  November 24th through December 5th. Each of us will be posting something Christmas related each and every day at 8:00am, Eastern time (so for my Pacific Time Zone peeps... that's 5am... But don't worry, you can sleep in, and we'll all be here waiting for you, too!)... for 12 WHOLE DAYS! Let us inspire you to finish up that layout, make some special Christmas cards, or wrap that gift in a fun and festive way. If you've already started, you probably came from Barbara. She is so awesome, isn't she? Let's continue this 12-day crafting party!

Alrighty now and again...  I've said in Day One, I'm starting my portion of the hop with paper things. Things that are simple and easy to do. As with Day TwoDay ThreeDay Four, Day Five, and Day Six... We are still with the Christmas things meaning all things Christmas! and still with simple [paper] crafts. Today, though... I'm stretching it a tad still. We are still decorating for Christmas in my house. "What does that still have to do with it?" you ask... Um.. Cardboard or Papier Mache that's French for paper mache... is still paper, right? Right. I guess I'm not stretching it that much. And that's ok, too.

The ornaments went up today. And my 10-year-old pointed out all the ones she'd made. One of them being the paper mache spoken of above... She let me know that she is crafty, too. And she could make one of my projects. Hmmm... I told her to pick out her most recent... (lol!) And she gave me THIS:
I love Girl Scouts. And my daughter does, too. My older girls played sports... softball then swimming (remember... I'm a swim official/referee? I've posted funky fun pics...) My 10yo doesn't prefer sports... so I enrolled her in Girl Scouts. We do so many fun things together. She created this at a Girl Scout Christmas party she was invited to...
 She glued on paper, cut it up... glued on buttons, used part of the paper as a closed mouth, glued on googly eyes... Then she tore a candy cane she says that is a "bite" out of it and glued the candy cane down.
She and I hope you enjoy it. And thank you all for letting her help participate in the 12 Days of Christmas!

Now don't do too much damage at Cyber Monday! I won't... still waiting on that dang bankcard!

Remember... There's more in store for you, so hop along and please comment on each and everybody. 'Cause you know we all love a little love... And BE SURE to check out the "other" Lisa, as she's the one with all the blog candy and sponsor info! Have a great time, and don't forget to come back tomorrow!

Here's the Line Up for Day 7:
  1. Lisa P. - http://honeybearzdesigns2011.blogspot.com <==== the "other" Lisa!
 ** Kim - http://katydidcards.com (Guest Designer)
 ** Melinda - http://www.mypapercrafting.com (Guest Designer)
  2. Madge - http://www.thescrappinlounge.com/blog
  3. Ashley - http://marinewifesscrappinlife.blogspot.com
  4. Sandy - https://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/scrapbook-blessings-club-5722003
  5. Elizabeth - http://CraftsByHappyStamper.com
  6. Angela - www.crazy3monkeys.blogspot.com
  7. Alicia - www.goldengoddessdesigns.blogspot.com
  8. Miranda - www.nanasscrapspot.com
  9. Daphne - http://craftyscrapsofstuff.blogspot.com
10. Rhonda - craftingwithblue.blogspot.com
11. Charmagne - http://www.sanurascraps.blogspot.com
12. Barbara- http://barbarab3.blogspot.com/
13. Lisa F - http://lisaslittlerascals.blogspot.com/ <=== You are HERE!
14. Sharondalyn - Http://www.clippingsbysharondalyn.blogspot.com <=== Next stop!
15. Jessi - http://www.mylifeinartsncrafts.co

16 comments:

  1. How sweet is that ornament! She did a fabulous job! I remember when my daughter was that age and loved crafting with me....enjoy that time while you can! It goes quickly! I am your newest follower and signed up for your email. I look forward to seeing more of your work. Thank you for sharing :-)

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  2. She did a fabulous job! So cute! And a great memory to keep for years!

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  3. This is awesome! She did a wonderful job! My daughter was in Girl Scouts too, she absolutely loved it too! YAY!!! Loves- Madge

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  4. So cute....love making memories the most

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  5. This is super cute! I love the half eaten candy cane!

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  6. Love hearing about a mother and daughter working together on crafts.
    Her gingerbread man is darling. Love his googly eyes and the candy cane that
    he had chomped on already.
    thanks for sharing.

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  7. LOL, love the bite out of the candy cane! Sounds like something my daughter would say too! Love the gingerbread man but more importantly, the memories you've made!

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  8. That is such a cute little gingerbread man. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Cute Gingerbread man!!! He just makes me smile!!!

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  10. How precious is that?! She's super crafty already =) Love the bitten candy cane!!

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  11. So Sweet, I think my Grand Children has made something similar. My Grand Daughter is my Crafty side kick.

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  12. Love that you got the kiddo involved.

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