Waiting faces. One hopeful and the other all kinds of skeptical.
Mr. Hopeful becomes Mr. Doubtful and Mr. Doubtful becomes Mr. Hopeful.
Stick-horses for the Win!
They had no clue...
So we literally showed them a how-to cartoon for riding stick horses. ...Only my boys...
Which doesn't change the fact that they loved them.
Once they got the hang of it, galloping has become part of our daily fun.
With the occassional, Look, mama! Jesus!
Up close. Bigfoot got robots.
Linus got elephants.
I think they're going to have a lot of fun with these two sticks-horses! I kind of heart them and am sooooo thankful for my friend who so generously shared her time and talent with me!
Head over to her place by clicking on the image below or HERE to get the tutorial if that's your thing!
All I know is if I can do it, you definitely can!
Oh, Amanda. This is so sweet! What a joy for your boys. Good job!!ReplyDelete
Yay!! Thanks, Heather! I'm so happy with how they turned out! And love seeing the boys enjoy them!Delete
They look amazing!!!! Totally filing this one away for my kiddos! Great job!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, Sheena! You visiting my little space and filing away something of anything totally made my day! Thank you! And can't wait to see what you've been up to in the crafting department! Just saw your IG :)Delete
your photos are gorgeous. i think that is a clever thing for your little boy - very creative of him!!!ReplyDelete
>stopping by from finding beauty link up :)
Thanks so much for stopping by and for your incredibly nice words! Thank you!!!Delete
How sweet, Amanda!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Bonnie! I think I was more excited than they! Haha, in fact when I shared it with my husband I got a big and flat, "Nice." Meanwhile I was waiting with an open mouth for the rest of his sentence that would exude total amazement at my efforts lol The boys were much more generous in their excitement at my efforts.:) I'm ridiculous but still so excited about my new sewing endeavors!Delete