I’m back today to share the last of my December Birthdays
My eldest turned 20 on 7th December. We celebrated by having a toy story movie marathon (because toy story was also 20 on 7th December), food and a sleep over from 2pm Monday until 3.30 Tuesday! I went to work leaving the kiddos to it. I returned to a nice clean house and all the friends who had stayed over had gone. Mr M washed the floor and Ms S did all the dishes and put away the mattresses to name a few of the chores.
Here are a few pics from the last few days
Ms E’s birthday card
Ms A’s Lolly bar from her party on Saturday
the girls made bath bombs and lip balm at Ms A’s party
Each girl made their own and added their name to a gift tag I made earlier.
another lolly bar – Yes we are keeping the dentist very happy
So before I go another pic of Ms E’s birthday card
I used WPlus 9 Bubble talk, co cordinating die, WPlus Unforgettable and PTI tag its #1 coloured with alcohol markers and layered with SU card stock and patterned paper.
I am linking this up to the challenge at Seize the Birthday here
Thanks for stopping by
9 thoughts on “Celebrating 20 years…”
So all the birthdays are over, just Christmas to prepare for now then! Your girls had a ball by the looks of these lolly bars, bath bombs etc – what a good mum you are – and they are pretty special too, doing the cleaning up before you got home! Love that elephant birthday card – doesn’t everyone love an elephant?
Thanks Ann. I know I have some pretty good kiddos – most of the time! Pretty sure I’m not alone.
Sounds like a great Birthday Celebration….and to come home to a clean house too! Love your sweet Ele card and the way you captured the sentiment! Thanks for linking up with us at Seize the Birthday in the middle of the Holiday rush!
Thank you Nancy.
Next time I want an invite, this party looks amazing and Toy Story too, the perfect combo!
Thanks Therese. It was pretty big! You can drop by anytime.
Love that cute elephant on your lovely card. Looks like a great party too. Thanks so much for joining us at Seize the Birthday.
Thanks for stopping by my blog! I added a link to where you can find those Star Wars molds on my post. Love to see more craft blogs, so great to see your work here too! Have a great holiday!