Wednesday, 2 June 2010

WOYWW - GENERATIONS IN CRAFT


I've cheated just a little and taken a photo (well 'pot arm' did actually) yesterday, when my little granddaughter, Jenna, and I spent most of the day crafting.
There is nothing on my work desk today because we have a surprise for Jenna - we are going away for the night in the motorhome and at this moment, she doesn't know.
She was very tired last night after two late nights to bed, but she is as bright as a button this morning and excited because she knows something good is going to happen.
Enjoy trying to make out what we were both up to yesterday. Can't say because that is another surprise, for her mummy and daddy this time.

32 comments:

Jennie said...

Thank you for the comment on my blog, love that you are teaching them young!! Have fun!

jude said...

Looks like your having fun have great time away.Hugs judex

Darcy said...

so sweet to see you crafting with her, have a lovely time away in the motorhome.

Artyjen said...

Looks like she might just have the crafting bug already! :)
Sorry I've not been aroung much but thanks for being there....Hey! Perhaps I could be there in Totnes and we could meet for coffee...what do you think?
xoxo Sioux

Julia Dunnit said...

Look how absorbed that baby is - how lovely - nab 'em young! Hope you're having a really exciting day out...wish I could come!

tkelli said...

aww how sweet! I still love doing stuff like that with my gran :)

Kay said...

Awww, have a lovely day x

Andrea - Wales, UK said...

Have a great time today - can't wait to see what you made!!

xx

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

It's awesome when you can guide a young child to the arts, whether it's music, painting, collage, sewing, singing, dancing, whatever. Way to go. Look forward to the surprise. Happy WOYWW.

Helen said...

have a great time!

Anne said...

So sweet! There is nothing nicer than seeing young uns getting the crafting bug!

Paper and Ribbons said...

How lovely that you are sharing your hobby!

Handmade with Love said...

Lovely to see that you both are sharing your hobby. Hope you have a great time today! Tracey x

Wipso said...

Lovely to see crafting spanning the generations :-)
A x

Angie said...

Wonderful to see you both crafting ... hope you have a great night away ...have fun.

Nine said...

Thanks for sharing !

Twiglet said...

Great to see you both working together.

angeleef said...

How great that you get to share this great hobby with your granddaughter! Hope it lasts :)
** Evi **

Linby said...

how sweet - she looks very industrious.
Linbyx

Tracy Evans said...

How lovely to see you both working together, very special moments. Hope you all enjoy your time away. Have a great Wednesday, Tracy Evans x

Dawn said...

ve a wonderful time the weather is going to be amazing woo hoo

love Dawn xx

Spyder said...

Are you making a banner? fabulous to see you crafting together,

Have a crafty day
(Lyn)

IsaNorris said...

Wonderful to craft with the little ones, isn't it?
thx for sharing your picture :)
isa

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

This is nice and cozy! Patsy from
HeARTworks

Bettythebaglady said...

Motorhome-right up my street.Do you keep crafting goodies stashed in it. Must be room for a little box somewhere.Have fun (Perhaps it's did you have fun now?) Hugs BettyXXX

Linda Elbourne said...

How lovely ... I hope you all have a wonderful time!

Tracey said...

You both look in deep concentration on a large project. What a love photograph, one to treasure.

Have a lovely time away

Tracey

Sid said...

Lovely pic....glad you have younger persons involved !!

Paula Gale said...

How lovely to share in crafting with your granddaughter... Have a lovely time in the motorhome. I bet by the time i;ve written this - you will have told her and you will have gone... great weather for it!!!

Paula x x x

Julie said...

Oh this is a delightful scene - a real moment to treasure! Juliex

Minxy said...

There's nothing better than starting them young.. just watch out coz when there hooked they'll want all your stash lol

Cardarian said...

Lovely that you are passing the crafting tradition on to the younger generation!
Hugs,
Cardarian