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Hi all!  The Greeting Farm is having a fun kids contest so out of my 3 kids only my youngest wanted to participate.  But he's always crafting with me when I am crafting so it wasn't hard for me to get him to use some TGF stamps.  He usually picks his favorite TGF stamp set which is Miss Anya Garland but actually picked something different.

He picked Anya Treats and wanted that particular sentiment.  I had to read them to him since he doesn't read yet.  He "highlighted" the sentiment.  He colored in markers and wants to learn to blend.  Haha.  All the embellishments are from his own stash!  He collects ribbon from gifts and treats and puts them in his own box.  I tied the bow for him.  I bought him his own rhinestones cause he kept eyeing mine out.  I am glad he is using them in moderation and not all over the place.  And then I guess he felt he had to draw Pikachu's face on there.  Not sure why but there it is. 

He is quite excited about this contest.  I had to explain all the rules!  From the age groups to random selection to blogging and linking.  Oh boy.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Comments

Anonymous said…
Eva this is just so cute! Your son is talented like you and of course, he had to include Pikachu!! I think his drawing makes the card extra special - I hope he wins the contest. I would definitely vote for him!
Cheryl said…
Awww, so cute! Nice coloring! (No white spaces! I keep hearing that in preschool...) Cute Pikachu! He even has the light circles in his eyes!! Cute decorating as well! My daughter loves those gems too, she sticks them all on herself though, fingernails, hands, earlobes (she can't forget those hello kitty earring stickers!)
Denice said…
Awwww...your son did a great job! So young and he stayed in the lines?!! Fabulo-so!
AW so super cute..... awesome job!
Rachel Parys said…
I love it!! She's a lot of stamp to color, and this looks awesome!! Fantastic work! Thanks for playing along with the TGF kids' challenge!!
Leanne said…
hahaha!! Awesome!! And he can draw?! Super awesome! Adding Pikachu is the icing on the cake (no pun intended) ;)
Great job!!
xx
Jo said…
yummy cupcakes! thanks for playing along over at The Greeting Farm!
Jodi said…
Great job, and Pikachu is a cute addition. Thanks for joining in the TGF Kidz Challenge :)
Rosie said…
He did an amazing job! I love his card!! Thank you for playing along in our TGF Kidz Challenge! Hugs, Rosie
Peggy said…
Terrific card! So glad you played along in the TGF Kidz challenge!

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