Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Passing the Love for Paper!

My niece, Hannah, was spending the night.  We always read before we go to bed and instead of reading the book she had picked out, she decided to look at my Scrapbooks Etc. magazine with me.  When we turned to the page with crafts for kids, she knew what she wanted to do the next day.  There were pictures of three Halloween-themed treat boxes - a pumpkin, a mummy and Frankenstien.  She thought about it and said she wanted to make one for herself and her cousin, Nicholas. The next day we gathered the supplies to make the mummy and Frankenstien.  I scored the paper for her and showed her what lines to use to fold on and which lines to cut. Since it was almost time for her to go home, we put all of the supplies in a bag and she headed home, ready to do some crafting.  All we were missing were the Rolos for Frankenstien's bolts.  When I was visiting a couple of days later, I saw she had the boxes all done. Funny Thing - I bought the Rolos and gave them to Hannah, but apparently they didn't get all the way to the project. (LOL)  I only had my phone with me to take the pictures, but I wanted to share them.  Here is what Hannah came up with for her crafty Halloween project.

4 comments:

NatureLovinGirl said...

Very cute!

Rebecca said...

They look great Marianne! Tell Hannah she did an awesome job!

Groovy Deborah said...

Those are awesome!!!
Deb♥

Julie Overby said...

How adorable!!