Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Camp Grandma


After lunch on a hot, humid summer day, it's craft time at Camp Grandma...


...and who knows what Grandma is going to come up with this time?


Is anything more fun than painting stuff?


And our favorite colors too!


We made mermaids!


If you'd like to make mermaids too, check out THIS SITE!





22 comments:

  1. Looks like you all had fun! The mermaids look wonderful. :o)

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  2. It looks like they had a great time. Are there more projects ahead? Enjoy the visit. It is such a special time for you all.

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  3. Kids LOVE to paint for sure! Cute grand kids Freda!! You knew that though;)

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  4. So awesome. One of my dear friends has "Honey Camp" each summer with her grandbabies. (Her grandchildren call her "Honey"). It's one of those fun ideas I'm tucking away for future use. :)

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  5. These are very cool! I will have to try this with Bella. I am always looking for things she might enjoy making.

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  6. cute!! You're a "Great" grandma!!

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  7. Always something fun going on at grandma's house. Mermaids, so cute, wish my 11 year old GD lived in Texas.

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  8. Fun! Camp Grandma looks like a good place to hang out. Enjoy your time with your girls.

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  9. What a great project! You are the coolest grandma!

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  10. Those are adorable. I remember making things with my Grandmas. Priceless memories!

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  11. Now I see why your girls having so much fun visiting Grandma.There's always a lot to do.... ;o)

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  12. What a darling idea. Girls that age seem to love mermaids.
    Lillian
    lillianscupboard.wordpress.com

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  13. These are great, Freda! The mermaids are so cute! I'm always looking for craft ideas for the grand children. Thanks for the idea!

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  14. Oh you are such a great grandma! Those mermaids are adorable. Have you ever gone and bought plain flip flops and then let the girls cut strips of fabric and tie them on? I told a friend about this when she had a family of 6 kids coming over and apparently it was a hit.
    I've missed you lady. I've kind of been absent from blogland...but I'm a comin' back.

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  15. What a cute idea. I only have one granddaughter (I doubt the grandsons would participate), but I'm sure she would love it.
    You are a wonderful Grandma!

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  16. We called it Grandma Camp... that was a long time ago. Teens aren't that impressed.
    You can screw into the head with an eye screw, and put on one of those key rings, and have a key holder and fob. (We made those in Sunday School one year when I was a teacher... more than 30 years ago.)
    Hugs

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  17. Dropping by from the Sew Darn Crafty link party.

    What a fun summer activity. Our girls would have loved doing this when they were little.

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  18. These are way too cute. I'm gonna have to share this with my cousin, she recently made clothespin people for her daycare but no mermaids!!

    Sew Simple Life {www.sewsimplelife.com}

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  19. I am inviting you to come and share this in my Show Your Stuff blog hop:
    http://juliejewels1.blogspot.com/2012/07/show-your-stuff-33-upsidedown-brownies.html

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  20. Thank you for participating in Show Your Stuff Blog Hop, You are invited to come back:
    http://juliejewels1.blogspot.com/2012/07/show-your-stuff-34.html

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