fun stuff : family time and words out of yarn

posted on: Friday, August 24, 2012



These cute yarn words have been popping up around the tubes for a while, such a simple idea and they look so easy to make, have you tried it? The kiddos room will be due for a makeover around summer time and it would be fun to get the preschooler involved in yarning up a word or two for his little space.

We have been busy bees this week; grabbing some family time in the snow before the end of winter, the man has been away and back home on business and the lovely Seth and Tenielle from Feather and Stone popped around to take some snaps of all of us in the baby space place.

The top picture is one I took of the lady while we were away. And that's the teen and the preschooler goofing around behind her. I love them so. I especially treasure any family time with the teen now that he is 15. 15! Nearly grown.

Do you enjoy movie dates with your littles? The boys and I are going to see Madagascar 3 together while the lady has some dad time. What are your weekend plans? I'd love to hear.

yarn font tutorial as seen on bloesem kids

8 comments:

  1. You have a kid at every stage: teen, toddler/jnr, baby. lol. And you look too young to have any of them! I keep forgetting it's winter there.. snow (shudder). Looking like great family time over there. Can't wait to see what the what is gonna happen with their rooms redone. : ) Knowing you? Pretty awesome.

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    1. I have actually been loving the winter, well the snow part anyway. yes, am sure the preschooler will want to spruce up his room as big school approaches. he's actually really into star wars at the moment. star wars in yarn? ;)

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  2. Oh multicoloured love, gorgeous. Just kicking off my weekend with a clean house, blog post & my husband just rang to say he's collecting the children from school this afternoon, that has not happened in over 3 years!! Yay, what a surprise, especially seeing i flicked toilet water onto my blouse!!
    Once the weekend hits i'm hoping for sunshine so the chicken run can dry out & wash our ducks again (in the bath) so everyone is sparkling again, love Posie

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    1. sparkling sounds lovely! and yay for that husband :)

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  3. Loving the yarn words, what a cute idea! So glad to come across your lovely blog. Catherine x

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  4. Wow! That is indeed a very cool page. Lovely share.

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  5. Love those wooly words and hadn't seen them before. We did something similar at art college called wrapping and coiling. May have to have a go at that some time! Thanks.

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