i agree with everyone. They are great and a tute would be fabulous! I could use these to store scraps of fabric, buttons, ribbons, etc. ddown in my craft room... it is still a mess after 2 days of organising... lol
"everything" soup. You know, when you have produce that will go bad if not used up within the next 1-2 days, and have left over roast that needs to be eaten up or it will go too... yeah, that kind of soup
me and the 3 went for a walk and hit the PO. Silly me tapped the box, paid the shipping, and left the PO only to get home to realize I put no note in it!!!!! just another layer to the surprise I guess!
btw, anyone know how to do the calorie burning calculations? I walked for an hour with 14 lbs of baby straped to my chest pulling 30lbs of 2 yr old in the wagon.....
I would put a 6-7 age limit on this... If you were to make more cards in each game, the age limit might go up a bit, But memory games might seem more "baby-ish" to kids older the 6 or 7. Keep in mind the kids I know closely are all under the age of 7.... And I can see the 7 year olds thinking it's borderline not fun or maybe they would'nt want thier friends seeing that they play it... So giving it to a 7 year old might not fly with the kid... of course every child is different, ask the parents if they think thier child would be interested in such a thing.
that kinda makes me excited... cause there are abunch of pics of me that would give away my height LOL I even think I've said what it is somewhere... I'm going to send today, I just hope I can find what I want in the stores here in town. Some times they have some times they don't... cross your fingers mystery partner!
this is great! And wonderful, because the younger kids (and babies) can get a hold of them, stick them in thier mouth, and the cards aren't ruined!!! Great idea!! I'm soooooooooo wisting these!!!!!!!! or making some..... gotta find some great novelty fabric first!