Seriously, even I, the certifiably uncrafty, thinks I could do this. I have three old suitcases (not very big) I'd like to make beautiful.
fill it with a puppy.
I know what Henry would like in his case . . . ."tens of CANDY!"This a adorable, Becca!I can't post the things I have made because they are for some people who might view this blog! : ) Got to have a few Christmas surprises, eh?
Melissa, you could totally do this! It's like wall papering. And, if you want paper, let me know... believe it or not, I have a ton!Kristin, maybe I'll put his fish in it. Good idea.Mom, we still have "tens" of Halloween candy... so, we're going a bit lighter on the Christmas fare. :)
SOOO nifty. What a luck boy! as for the contents... blocks? cars? musical instruments? puppets? I have four cases in my garage waiting to be decoupaged.
One of Jake's favorite Christmas gifts when he was Henry's age was a boy-appropriate dress up kit. There were only little girls in the neighborhood always dressing up as princesses. We found scrubs, an orange vest, a hard hat, flannel shirts, etc. at DI and then Jacob could play dress up and still be manly. Okay...as manly as a 4-year-old can be. ;)
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