Monday, December 9, 2013

Keeping Busy!




This boy had another snow day today!  He has been making everything from painted ornaments, needle punch, and coloring and using glue!  Keeping an active 6 year old boy busy on a cold day is hard work!

He has been doing some needle punching on and off for awhile and did finish one of the cardinals to take home....just as soon as I sew a back on it and give it a little stuffing.


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He still needs practice and he keeps on trying!


Danny has one of those wildlife camera's out and this silly looking guy came by for a visit!


So did this one he has a weird extra 3rd antler growing in front.  

Well back to business of keeping a boy busy!

Happy Trails.....Ginger



7 comments:

kathyinozarks said...

great photos of the deer-that's need that he is learning to needlepunch

WoolenSails said...

He really is doing a nice job and so fun that you can get him to craft with you. Nice having night shots, would love to see what critters are out and about while I am sleeping.

Debbie

Rugs and Pugs said...

What fun that Sloan is learning to punch.
Hugs :)
Lauren

moosecraft said...

Yay Sloan for trying and trying again! He'll be Santa's helper in no time! ;-)
Neat pics of the the deer.. that one has a HUGE set of antlers... they don't get to be that old here in joisey... too many cars...

Cotton Eyed Jo said...

He gets cuter every year! We are expecting a grandson next May! So looking forward to more fun...

Merry Christmas to you and your family! Jonut

HomeSpunPrims said...

Ginger,
Sloan is working so hard! What a cutie he is. I think it's wonderful he loves to do the different crafts grandma does. Love your cardinal pattern. Thank you so much. My sister has cardinals on her tree so I will have to use the pattern for her. Big hugs, Lori

Karen said...

Hi Ginger - I love that young boys want to learn these types of crafts.
I was at a shop that held rug hooking classes and one lady had her 6 year old son there and he was working on his own horse hooked piece. I think it's great.
I so love the wildlife cameras.
Merry Christmas.
Karen