Saturday, May 25, 2013

Update and more Travelin Crayon Cases

Tucker got his bag and his mom said "The bag hasn't left his arm since we showed it to him, I'm anxious to see what "treasures" I find in it.  Thanks again.".   He's in to a tub of frosting, his most important food group according to his mom.  She's taken up cake decorating and it looks like tucker approves.  Good thing his bag is washable.  Tucker will be two in August.  She also said "The girls LOVE their gifts!!", so I guess that they were a hit.
I'm enjoying this tutorial very much.  We are invited over to my sis-in-law's on Monday for dinner and I imagine that her 2 granddaughters will be there.  One is elementary school age and the other probably middle school or early high school, and I thought I'd make them one.  Here they are all loaded up with little lined journals, stickers, markers for the younger and colored pens for the older.  Hope they like them. 

All tied up and ready to be gifted.  I'm the world's worst bow-tier.

1 comment:

Amanda said...

Isn't it great when gift making is successful. I make lots of our gifts, but am never too certain how well they are received, especially when one branch of the family never bother to send thank yous.