Monday, February 22, 2010


The sewing machine was out this weekend, however, there was no fabric insight. Instead it was zooming along cardboard and fancy paper, assembling Hugo's birthday invitations.
He was actually only born last week so I am not entirely sure how this happened. The whole walking, talking and aging thing. I am so very sure he is still my baby.
Hugo is the ultimate obsessed crafter and can't pass a feather without inventing some new and creative use for it. What else to do for him but throw a super-duper-whizz-bang crafting party. Do you like his little bunny rabbit drawing? Every time I look at it an "Awwww" sound escapes from me.
So now I am on to crocheting little creatures for prizes (which will be shown at a later date) and making pom-pom necklaces as I watch T.V. at night. A little bit of time will be going into the preparation but wahoo, hardly any money.
Hope you had a good weekend. xxooxxooxx.


  1. Those look absolutely fun & festive! The bunny is a priceless drawing and adding it to the invitation gives it such nice importance! Happy Birthday to Hugo!

    best - annri

  2. those are spectacular!!!
    Love 'em. (and will be pinching the idea later on sometime!)

    Your soon to be 4 year old and my soon to be 4 year old are only days apart in age!

    Have a happy day.

  3. I can't believe he is 4 either. He will love his party soooooo much and i just wish we could be there too! I think all your plans sound wonderful, love Mum

  4. Love the invites, so so gorgeous. The little drawing just makes it perfect, I just love little kids drawings.

  5. Love the invitations and the bunny. So cute. Sounds like it is going to be a very fun party! :)

  6. God I wish you were my Mum, putting on a party for me! Those invites are amazing. I hope we get to see detailed photos of the party? I imagine it's going to be the four-year-old Birthday party of the year! Love Vanessa xxx (do you mind if i knit)

  7. Everything you've made is so good! I love the mouse necklace, what a perfect present ... That's funny I thought baking was an essential food group too?



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