Monday, December 21, 2009

I'm Bringing Shrinky Back

I made this jolly Santa card for the Pink Persimmon blog. Love this sweet Santa that one of the owner's, Judi Anderson , created.
See the matching Santa button? Yep, It's shrinky dink. Doesn't matter how old I get, shrinky dinking is still magical and fun.






We met up with my parents for Emma's 4th birthday and the holiday decorations...wowee. Here's Lily with my dad admiring the parade....lots of dancers and princesses and elves waved to her.


Thought I would try to get my Christmas card photo here...




Nope, as usual.










My 4 year old......boo hoo.....stop growing baby girl!





First time on It' a Small World...


Of course having little ones has recaptured my interest in the Magical Kingdom and I am grateful for that. Thought the magic was gone for me....but it's not just hibernating for 15+ years.







7 comments:

JustYolie said...

Your girls are such cuties!!
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tina said...

You're too funny, Samantha :) LOL. Bringing Shrinky Back. Too cute. Very creative idea with the Shrinky Dinks. I loved them as a child, too. Your girls are adorable!

BabyBokChoy said...

Was shrinky out?? LOL. I purchased stuff to do shrinks and still haven't touched it so I do appreciate your effort in bringing it back so I can finally try it :) And your children are beyond adorable, the one of your mother and your girl, makes me think, hmm.... that'll be ME in 30 years, with my 1/4 Chinese grandchildren, lol.

laterg8r said...

love your shrunken santa - very cute :D

Judith said...

Love your card and love shrinky.

Beth said...

awwww I love the photos and your card!!! Bringing shrinky back! mwahahahaha
you know that Claudine Hellmuth sticky back canvas?? That is so what my girlfriend and I said.."WE ARE BRINGING STICKY BACK!" lol

Linda Beeson said...

Your idea to use that stamp on shrink plastic is so cool, love how it turned out! AND, gotta love your Disney pics since we just went too and had so much fun. I appreciated it all over again through the eyes of my grandkids!