I am a work-at-home mum to two children, and I've been married to my very busy, dear hubby for more than 18 years.
We share our home with a mini-lop bunny named Scooter, two pet rats named Hazelnut & Pistachio, and a "labradorable" black lab mix named Plinker.
My heart belongs to Christ. When I get the time to craft, I like to bless and encourage people through my creations.
For his 7th birthday, Ronan decided to celebrate with a robot party at our house.
I made the invitations using a digi stamp from Maureen Manning at Mo's Digital Pencil and the sentiment is from Cricut's Robot Party cartridge. I colored the image with Copic Sketch markers.
We played "pin the gears on the robot." A game I made using a piece of poster board, a variety of cardstock, and various parts & pieces from the Robot Party cartridge, as well as some different shapes from my punches.
These are the cupcake toppers I made, also from the Robot Party cartridge. I layered the circle designs, then added lollipops to the backs with glue dots. We thought the sparkly silver sugar crystals looked "roboty."
The kids all seemed to have a good time. It was pretty hot, as it tends to be on July 13th, so I kept them well supplied with freezie pops and cold juice pouches in between games of Red Light - Green Light (with the twist of having to walk like a robot) and Robot Knock Down.
Now we have to switch "gears" and start thinking about what to do for Shannon's Medieval-themed birthday party in October. :)