Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Gobble, Gobble

Peyton had to make a poster board size turkey for school, so I ran to Michael's last night to pick up supplies. I found these great fall centerpiece things way on sale that we used for the feathers, then I glued felt on top of that for the body and a different color for the head. We then added googly eyes, of course, and a bunch of pompoms for the hangy down thing.

I really love being creative and making things and I wish I could do it more often. I am in such a cycle right now. I want to do all these things like take a photography class, take a sewing class, make some crafty things, but they all take time and money, neither of which I have. I guess it's a leap you have to take if you want to change your path in life.

How do you pay the bills in the meantime?


Wonders said...

Well no matter what the money situation is, you have to keep the creativity flowing...and sometimes it can lead to money...don't give up on being creative especially with you kids, there so much they can do for so little money....

tamara said...

I thought the children were supposed to do the projects, not the parents. At least it was one you enjoyed! I bet it's the bestest turkey ever!