Tagged with Thank you

Lego thank you’s

Lego thank you’s

It’s been nearly 4 weeks since Harvey’s Lego themed birthday and I’m just getting round to making his thank you cards.  They’re made from photographs I took of two Lego men holding a printed thank you sign. Here’s how I made them, I’ve included my image files for you to download and use. How I … Continue reading

Lego Party – Favours

Lego Party – Favours

I’ve spent hours searching the web looking for original ideas for Lego party favours, I found loads of great ideas including baby jars turned into Lego heads, wonderful gift bags turned into blocks. In the end I chose to make these fantastic Lego brick gift boxes made by Delia creates. Delia made these fab boxes … Continue reading

The perfect party bag!

The perfect party bag!

As my son was finishing school for summer and leaving to start a new school in September I thought it would be nice for him to give his classmates a little gift and I came across this amazing idea that I think has so many uses! They are so cute and because they are personalised … Continue reading

Home made cards

Home made cards

Normally with handmade cards from the children you get two choices, get them to make them themselves, although they may give up after the first two, or send a picture of your child off to a printing company and have it made into a card. Both are great, but this is just that little bit … Continue reading

Thank you for being a star

Thank you for being a star

Here’s a great and simple gift. Harvey and I made the teacher’s at his nursery some star biscuits which the children had fun decorating themselves with coloured icing, sprinkles and non-toxic glitter. They were thank you gifts this time but these would be just as nice for birthdays, father’s day and a general gift of … Continue reading

Thank you for being a great teacher

Thank you for being a great teacher

No doubt this week you’ve been buying or making a thank you teacher gift, or have been asked to donate to one. We’ve done both, donated to the class but then we thought it would be nice to make something a little more personal just from Madeline. We made these note blocks which we originally … Continue reading