Did you ever wonder…

Did you ever wonder what would happen if you left your 8 year old in your craft room with free rein of the glitter and hot glue gun?

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Wonder no more LOL! It was so cute, my twin daughters are turning 9 next weekend and today Lila asked if she could use my glue gun and glitter to make some decorations. What you don’t see in the photo are the elaborate birthday cake with both of their names, the hearts and more peace signs. these are going to look fab at the party next weekend! So I ended up cleaning after all, even I can’t work with THAT much glitter on my table LOL!

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I even managed to make a card, I did a little glitter & hot glue combo too! check out the 3 dots at the top, yeah, it is kinda lame after my daughters glitter awesomeness. I also used the hot glue butterfly from yesterdays video.

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Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

10 thoughts on “Did you ever wonder…

    1. yes, I have made a lot of paper beads lately, two of the racks behind me are my daughters:) There is also a set of “barbie bongo drums” that Maizy made from the large beads LOL!

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  1. Lovely decorations…..Great imagination……Mom is a great influence……
    Decorations should make for a fun Birthday party……

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  2. I forgot to mention that one of my nieces has triplets and she does each child a cake every year and everyone sings Happy Birthday to each one of them. So much work but the kids love it.

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  3. I see you are using a silpat. I use mine for cookies. Never thought about using it for crafts. So they just made the decorations by putting the hot glue on the silpat and than pouring the glitter on the hot glue?

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    1. yes, that is correct. I will warn you that glitter sticks like mad to the sil pat, I had to hose it off, soap it up and hose it down again outside LOL!

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