Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Crafting Valentines-The Rest Of The Story

As you now know I was able
to free myself from the 
World Of Glue
and here I am prepared to
give you the rest of
the girls' crafting session.
If you remember we started
with this:
They assumed their positions:
And here are a few of their creations:
Lulu
made this one:
Sweet little Ria made this one:
 She is my glitter girl.
SweetCheeks made this one
using a card that Julie Marie/Idyllhours
sent her around Christmastime:
What fun they had-they were full of 
ZING!
And as for me...
Well I feel kind of like this...
Like my ZING got ZAPPED
No! That is NOT me!
I'm cuter....bwhahahahahaha
Pop in tomorrow for a 
SWEET TREAT!
your photo name

49 comments:

  1. Nicely done. Your grands did a fabulous job.

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  2. How fun - you're such a great Nana - Diana!!!
    Are you going to hang them on your Valentine's Tree?
    XXX

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  3. Oh I like Suzan's idea of hanging them on the Valentine's Tree! What cute little granddaughters you have...lucky you and lucky them. Sounds like a fun day!

    Debbie

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  4. Each did a great job, they are all so pretty! What fun, I'm sure they had a blast at Nana's house!

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  5. You are wonderful, Nana! Your grandkids did a fab job. xo

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  6. Those are so sweet Diana... your girls and their cards... how cute Sweet Cheeks used the little card I sent her, tell her hello from me, tell them ALL hello from me!... they will treasure these memories their entire lives... you are the best Nana!... xoxo Julie Marie

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  7. beautiful Valentines and beautiful girls, you are the best Nana!

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  8. I loved making valentines with my kids! I still put together a valentine stash for each of them just because I can.

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  9. What fun! They created some cute valentines! Best of all they have good memories with their Nanna!

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  10. Diana, Did you have glitter everywhere? The girls cards look pretty. Those young girls are growing up, right before your eyes. Comb your hair down and you'll be fine. oxoxo, Susie

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  11. Hi Diana, I love the girls Valentines. I know they had fun. They always do at Nana's house.I am sitting here looking out the window watching the blowing snow. I am taking the day to go babysit the boys. He wasn't going to be there today and I need a change of scenery. I will be more like the referee if need to be.hehe Mom is not that trusting to leave the boys all day by themselves even though the oldest is 13. They like to argue and that can mean trouble. We had rain, sleet, and snow last night. Take care and have a good day. Hugs and Prayers from your Missouri Friend.

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  12. The girls did a great job on their valentines. The valentines are all pretty.

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  13. You're a great Nana..They'll remember these times..

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  14. You win the "Best Grandmother Ever" award! The girls look like they are having so much fun making their own Valentine cards. Hope you had fun too!

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  15. Oh what fun! The girls valentines turned out so pretty. I think Sweet Cheeks has given us a new word for the day... ZING!
    Use it early and use it often.

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  16. So cute, Diana. The girls are so lucky to have a crafting day with you. Now get some rest. You're not looking like your perky self there.

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  17. What a fun day with the grands! They are very crafty and made some beautiful Valentines. Hugs, Penny

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  18. These are the times they'll remember.
    Every child should be so lucky!
    xo, Tina

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  19. The girls are very creative, Diana! Love their use of glitter:) You are creating so many special memories with them!

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  20. Nice bonding with crafts. I'm also doing it with my daughter.

    Anyway, would you link up your posts in my blog? It's about the Special people in our lives. Hope you could check it out. Thanks http://iwrightleia.blogspot.com/2013/01/special-people-in-our-lives.html

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  21. Tell your grands, I think they did an excellent job!!
    Have a good day!

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  22. Diana. Looks like a lot of fun. I remember when! I knew that wasn't you because SHE looks a lot older than you..Happy Wednesday..Judy

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  23. I see where those darling girls get their talent from - Nana. They did a great job. I know you are sooooooo
    proud of them.

    Regards,
    Mary

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  24. They did a good job. Yes, you are cuter.

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  25. They did very well making their valentines. I hope they didn't make just one! Nah- you don't look like that. Mouth isn't big enough...whoa- burn! Gotcha!

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  26. Their valentines are awesome! Good job, girls!

    I knew that wasn't you. You are much cuter than that and you would never oversleep or yawn with your mouth open for the blog world to see.

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  27. They have a future in the Art world!! They made very beautiful Valentines!!!
    xxDaniella

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  28. How fun!! Those are such sweet Valentine's and the girls are adorable as always! :-)
    Vanessa

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  29. I'm at that awkward age, my kids are too old to craft with me, only one human grandchild and he's 20.

    The other grands are fur kids and have no opposable thumbs, and can't use scissors...

    One of these days...

    Jan!

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  30. Yes you are...WAY cuter!!!:) And what an amazing Nana you are. The memories you are making for those little princesses will be priceless someday. You're my role model!
    xoxo
    Suzanne

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  31. Girls just wanna have fun! You'll have to save their little hearts in a book!

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  32. you guys are so lucky to be in each others lives!

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  33. See pics of your kiddos making those Valentines brings back memories of my childhood, Diana! :) What a sweet time you all had! Now....where's yours...???? lol!

    xoxo laurie

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  34. Your a good Grandma Diane!
    Those are the kind of things they will always remember.
    Oh boy this weather huh?
    Back to sub-zero temps tomorrow.
    Hope your son makes it home safely.
    I know the worries. I still worry about my kids but even more now it's the grandkids!!
    Hugs friend,
    Cindy

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  35. The girls did such a great job on their valentines. Pretty valentines and pretty little girls!

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  36. I think they are future artists myself... Tooo Stinking cute if you ask me... LOVED it !!!! Have a blessed week my new friend

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  37. They did an awesome job! I can't wait until Laynn is old enough to turn her loose with paint, paper, glue and glitter! It makes such wonderful memories for you and them

    Judy

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  38. Hi Girl, love your grands cards. Too cute, can't wait to see what tomorrow brings. XxxxNoreen

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  39. Wonderful art session for the girls, Diana. I'm sure you still have lots of "zing" left in you!:-) xo Nellie

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  40. Awww I wish my Grandmothers had done this for us...too much fun.

    Jen

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  41. Diana,
    These homemade hearts are soooo pretty. I have always loved the word "joy" on things, so that one caught my eye. How nice for your grandkids to be able to spend so much time with you. I'm a glitter girl too hehehe.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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  42. I think you are 'da bomb Diana!!!! The girls look like they are having a wonderful time. You guys made the prettiest valentines. I love how you are always making memories with your g-kids.
    sending hugs...

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  43. Looks like the girls had a great time!!!

    Chris

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  44. Looks like fun Nana. Your Granddaughters are so sweet.

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  45. Cute cute!

    I had to laugh about your comment over at Elizabeth & Co. I think I just bought the same coat at the thrift store. Is it Coldwater Creek? I might be cutting it up and using the fabric for a project... We'll see. With all the seams I don't know if I'll be able to get a big enough piece to do something like a pillow cover.

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  46. Cute cute!

    I had to laugh about your comment over at Elizabeth & Co. I think I just bought the same coat at the thrift store. Is it Coldwater Creek? I might be cutting it up and using the fabric for a project... We'll see. With all the seams I don't know if I'll be able to get a big enough piece to do something like a pillow cover.

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