Monday, October 25, 2010

Happy Monday & Ghostly Hand Prints

I hope everyone had a good weekend & is making their way through their Monday.  My weekend was pretty great.  Chris was off Friday, Saturday & Sunday which is ALWAYS a special treat. 
Chris came out to my place Friday night & we made home made tacos for supper which were yummy.  Then Chris, Jeremy & I made these fun Halloween Ghost Paintings you can see examples in the picture here
instructions at The Crafty Crow.  We had lots of fun doing this project.  We each did one I'll post pictures tomorrow.  I loved seeing each of our individual artistic style come out.
Saturday morning we at breakfast at the Millet Skillet a great little family owned restaurant in Millet, before we took Jeremy to Cub Camp.  Jeremy was all excited for camp.  Chris & I then headed to Edmonton as we were going to the Tartan Ball.  We love to get all dressed up.  I wore a new 'little black dress' & Chris a new suit & wow he looked sooooooo good.  The event was being held at the Polish Center & the food was good.  The music could have been better, but we still danced a little & had a good time.  We always have a good time together. 
Chris & I slept in Sunday took Chris' roommate Sherry out to breakfast then back to my place last night.  Have to see it was a good weekend of being busy & still having time to relax. 
Tonight I'm going to re-start Jeremy's scarf I think.  I should have added a border as it's rolling & I don't like that.


Meeling said...

Love the "ghost" hands...we did those in preschool last year but with their project and they make great keepsakes!

Sounds like a busy but fun weekend!!

Kim said...

Sounds like a great week end. I love the art project.

Thanks for the comment on my blog. It feels good to know you are not alone.

Lori Saul said...

This is so great! We used to make Thanksgiving "Turkey" hands but I love this Halloween ghost idea- fabulous creativity!

Antoinette said...

Love the hand print project! Very cute and nice family fun time!