Monday, December 12, 2011

Second Annual Mother /Daughter Craft Day

Friend Ana helps me organize a mother/daughter Christmas craft day. Each mom brings a craft to share and each girl (fifth grade and up) goes from station to station working on whichever crafts she would like to make. The crafts are meant to be gifts for the girls to give to others on their lists. Gift wrap at each station may be offered so the gifts go home all ready to give.

The gang's (and their shoes) all here. Friend Ana helps girls make earrings at her station.

Friend Ruth helped the girls make some neat doll furniture of her own design. Great for little sisters such as these.

Friend Nancy had an assembly line for making Christmas scones with only the finest ingredients.

Toward the end of the day, the moms and others start sneaking in some crafting too.

After the crafting was done and guests were gone, the organizers shared a supper of eggplant casserole and chicken noodle soup. Yum! Three girls making homemade noodles for the soup.


  1. Awesome post, Jannell! Loved it, most especially the scones-made-of-the-finest-ingredients! I just blogged about it and linked it here. Thanks for hosting!!

  2. Thanks! It would never happen without you. We love that day! I saw your post on our new Kindle Fire. : )

  3. Wow! You got one already?? How do you like it? I thought you'd wait for Christmas!