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Last Day

"hobbies", "kids", "life moments", "life", "lifestyle"Liz LuscombComment
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I would love to be typing you a verbose foreplay of words today, but I just don’t have it in me to produce mind blowing material.  So I guess I will keep this post short, sweet, and simple for you.

During the last day of my niece and nephew stay with us, I had them do a craft project that I had promised them they could do earlier in the month.  Better late than never, right?  The project went along with the bible lessons we were doing, which was about living and knowing the word of Jesus. 

They had way more fun with it than I anticipated, and it kept them busy for a few hours!  I don’t have a picture of their “final product”, but I can tell you what they did. 

--They each painted the wood blocks and then Bubba put a loop of string on the back of each one, so it could be hanged onto the wall.-- 

If you’re interested in doing it with your kids, this is what you’ll need:
scrap wood/blocks of wood
1” small nails
hammer
twine
paint w/paintbrushes

All I did was draw the outline of a cross onto their blocks of wood for them as a guide.  I let them hammer in the nails and wrap the twine in whatever direction they chose. 
Once they finished, Bubba burned the frayed twine to keep it from unraveling over time. 
Annnnnnd…that’s pretty much it. 

We Miss You Already Kaily and Kayden!