Monday, January 10, 2011

This n That

How are you all? Hope you had a wonderful holiday season.  Ours was a bit difficult as my mother-in-law passed away.  She was an amazingly special woman and we were all very close, especially my kids.  From the minute we met, she treated me like I was one of her own daughters.  Whenever I heard my friends complain about their mil's I always bragged that I had the very best and was so fortunate. She will be greatly missed by an immeasurable number of people.

I haven't much felt like crafting lately and for some reason I have had no desire to make cards at all.  My Christmas cards turned out to be pics of my kids on a digital card background.  Pathetic, I know, but I didn't have time to make them this year. I did manage to get my monthly post done for THE HYBRID CHICK though and I think it is kinda fun.  I have a tutorial on how it was made at THC.

I can't take credit for the idea, I saw it on the TAC blog quite a while ago.  I thought it was such a cute idea because my kids loved to play with these things when they were young. It was one of the few toys besides electronics that kept them occupied for any length of time.  It is the kind where you roll the little balls around and try to get them all in the holes all at one time.  I love the digi paper for this project because it is perfect for Valentine's Day classroom crafts or treat bags. 

Thanks for stopping by!

5 comments:

The Other Patti Sue said...

So sorry for the loss of your MIL. My prayers are with you and yours. Your little projects are just the cutest! You always have the funnest creations!

the whimsical butterfly said...

Aw, Kim, I am so sorry to hear of your MIL's passing. I hope that your family's memories will be enough comfort as the days go by. Holidays can be so hard esp when stuff like that happens. I'll be thinking of you! Your projects are SO super cute! We MISS YOU, girl!!!

Jingle said...

These are SO adorable!!!

Penny Duncan Creations said...

What a CUTE project Kim.......I am so sorry to hear of your MIL passing...how very sad but I truly enjoy hearing your praises of her.....I wasn't blessed to be able to know my MIL as she died several years before my husband and I met...how blessed you were!!!!

I also wanted to THANK YOU so much for your very sweet comment on my blog!!! I hope you have a very blessed weekend!!!

Sherman Unkefer said...

These projects are so adorable! I salute you for your creativity!