Saturday, November 27, 2010

So much Fun for a Dollar

 I asked my husband to buy me some marbles at Dollar Tree for my Christmas project at home and he found this  pack of Christmas decor.  
 He bought it for our daughter who love doing this kind of stuff but we all ended up doing  it.
 Even the  little burrito was so into it.  The kit  was only a dollar.
 The kit had  8  glass/plastic ornaments, a set of four colors of paint, and a paint brush.
 We borrowed three more paint brushes from my SIL so we could all paint.  Thanks Chris!
 We painted it at my FIl's house.  We had so much fun painting the ornaments.
 A dollar worth of  stuff brought us  an enjoyable bonding moment.
 We hanged them at our new Christmas tree today.
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25 travelers' comments:

Mel_Cole said...

Looks so much fun! What an awesome craft. May instant ornaments ka na Rose at easy pa sa bulsa. :)

Mom's Place said...

hay sus, hot sus, pagka seryoso ng mga tao dito hahaha. kakatuwa si EJ...seryoso din sa ginagawa nya...hahaha..ganda ng bonding nyo Rose hehe...

btw. TY sa greetings...muahh!

Anonymous said...

Awe, they turned out very pretty. Even if the kit only costed a dollar, what it really bought was time spent together on a project as a family.

Sylvia K said...

Always fun to watch kids having fun and they can be so creative! Lovely, fun shots for the day, Rose! Enjoy your weekend!


Ralph said...

Children all have that creativity in their being, they want to express it. So, this ornament kit is the spark they needed to express it. They are so industrious, the care they take in their painting is so easy to see. The work they did is great and they will be so proud to see it in the tree. Nice family time!

Crafty Green Poet said...

oh that looks like fun!

Unknown said...

i wish i had beautiful kids like U.

Kay L. Davies said...

A great bargain, and a perfect bonding experience. So good for all of you!
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Cassie said...

Hi Rose! I'm quite amazed at what a fine job even the smallest in your family did on these ornaments. I remember painting similar "stained glass" ornaments with my son & daughter mannnnnny years ago. There was even something like this when I was a kiddo! Ahhhh memories. Happy SSS to you.

Anonymous said...

Great pictures and fabulous idea for craft time! :D

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rebecca said...

i so enjoyed this...every picture.

Hey Harriet said...

Looks like such a sweet and fun family project! Love these happy photos! Enjoy the rest of your weekend :)

indicaspecies said...

Good to see them having so much fun!

Anonymous said...

A fun idea for everyone and they last a long time. Great shadow shot :-)

Diane AZ said...

It so much fun to be with little ones as they are so naturally creative. Such lovely memories these ornaments will bring you each year. :)

BLOGitse said...

I'd love to do that too!
Have a great week ahead!

Dimple said...

Fun times without spending a lot are the best! These really came out well, everyone can be proud of their creation!

Chubby Chieque said...

Bonding moment is priceless, dear systah, right?

It doesn't mean that you have cheap things but the presence and true hearts are there, that count the most.

Nakaka-tuwa ang mga bata ano? Dagku na jud. Enjoy every minute with them coz time flies too quick. Lear from my experiences.

Oh sya! ingat din & hugs always.

spinninglovelydays said...

These have the makings of a family heirloom since you all worked on them together while they were still so young. :)
Spinning Lovely Days

Mel Alarilla said...

The family that paints together stays together, lol. Just imagine what a dollar can do to have such great bonding experience for your entire family and you end up having eight adorable Christmas decors for your Christmas tree. How can you beat that? John had wisdom and vision when he bought that stuff knowing the great bonding moment it will bring to your whole family. Thanks for the bonding post. God bless you all always.

Eden said...

Wow, this is fun to make for the whole family. I will check it out here if I can get this stuff. I am sure my kids would love do it. Ganda tingnan nga mga buritos mo, concentrate talaga sila sa kanilang ginagawa.

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

oh, I haven't done that forever! I use to do that with my kids as well - anything with paintbrushes was tops on their list of to do! Looks like all had a great time - not too late to go back and get more - ha!!
Enjoy your week ahead!

Dhemz said...

oh my! sensya na po sis at huling huli sa pila...:)

naks naman, suki kana pala nang dollar tree...ehehehe...I like going there....mura kasi!

ang saya-saya nyo...that's good...everybody was participating.

musta pala ang TG nyo? gabi na kami nakauwi kahapon...we woke up super late kanina then we went to our house to unpack some stuff....kaya ngayon lang ako nakadalaw dito.

bukas na ako blog hop..just want to say hello...miss na kita...ehehehhe!

salamat sa dalaw at comments...mwah!

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

A family that woks together stays together hehe

Patti said...

What a lovely post. It's nice to see little children using their imaginations and having fun.

I'm sure they will be proud to see the ornaments on the tree.

Thanks for stopping by for Shadow Shot Sunday! Enjoy your day. ;-)

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