Wednesday, 15 December 2010

Creating Carolers - A pictorial
















8 comments:

blairsboys said...

OMG, I love this - ADORABLE!!! The family of carolers, what a fabulous idea! That last pic of Sienna just kills me! She is so cute!

Hay said...

Thanks Hannah :) Yeah, I love this craft too, and it's so easy. The trickiest bit was collecting up enough cardboard cylinders!

Sarah of 'Catching the Magic' said...

Adorable! I usually think of red/green/gold and covering with tissue paper. I MUCH prefer your summer fresh, painted carolers! The faces are fabulous and these carolers really made me smile. Will have to do these with my big girls :) x

Hay said...

Thanks Sarah. I haven't seen them any other way, but using wrapping or glitter would be fun! Yes, it sparked a bit of real life Christmas Caroling ;)

Laura/CenterDownHome said...

So sweet. I love that you will have a photo record of these sisterly projects in years to come!

debra said...

And I have smiles to start my day. Thank you for these lovelies!

Karen said...

This is so cute--I can't believe how fully you're embracing the Christmas thing!

Hay said...

Yep, hopefully they will still be speaking to each other Laura :)

Anytime Debra

Yes, I'm scaring myself too Karen :P

The Word Party

Loving words clutch crimson roses,
Rude words sniff and pick their noses,
Sly words come dressed as foxes,
Short words stand on cardboard boxes,
Common words tell jokes and gabble,
Complicated words play Scrabble,
Swear words stamp around and shout,
Hard words stare eachother out,
Foreign words look lost and shrug,
Careless words trip on the rug,
Long words slouch with stooping shoulders,
Code words carry secret folders,
Silly words flick rubber bands,
Hyphenated words hold hands,
Strong words show off, bending metal,
Sweet words call each other 'petal',
Small words yawn and suck their thumbs,
Till at last the morning comes,
Kind words give out farewell posies....
Snap! The dictionary closes.

-RICHARD EDWARDS.