Tracey,This brings back memories of high school days. I made the homecoming queen's crown out of poster board, Elmer's glue, and glitter. I had shaped it like a Miss America crown. For back in the early 1960's it worked; but now adays you can buy all the teiras you'd want. I went to my 45th class reunion this year and Sherry, the queen, still remembers me making it for her.... what we didn't do as kids... hee hee... sounds like you have your hands full there, but there is no other special place for you right now, mom! The Bach
What beautiful artwork! Do you have a place where you hang all your masterpieces? Our kitchen is full of our grandchildren's sweet drawings. It started with the fridge and just keeps growing!Also, thank you for your nice comment on Rebecca's blog about our proposal over tea.I think a tea cozy is a wonderful gift!
Lady Cat, I have the entire hallway covered. My husband wonders aloud why I bother to paint the walls. But the children are only children for a short while.
Glitter is one of those things that seems to endure, in more ways than one!