Rainbow stacker

We will be celebrating Little Miss Q’s 1st birthday in a few short weeks
Ohhh, how this year has flown by…. 
And how quickly they grown and change…
Little Miss Q has a wonderful sense of humour and thinks Dino Boy is the funnest lad around *smile*
And she is a cuddly sweet little snuggler
We are enjoying creating special hand and heart made presents for her birthday *smile*
Husband of Mine and I made this rainbow stacker together {he wanted to play with the scroll saw}
Then I sanded it down and painted it with milk paint before finishing it with beeswax and olive oil.
We are using this lovely guide for our gift giving ~
❤ something they want
❤ something they need
❤ something to wear, and
something to read
and my little addition is
something to create
{This lovely idea was found on a blog and now I can’t find them again ~ if it was you let me know!}
And if you are wondering, we’ve decided this rainbow stacker falls under something she wants *smile*

Sharing at Keep Calm Craft On {Crafting On} at Frontier Dreams.

Warmly, Kelly

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  • Reply Emma @ P is for Preschooler October 6, 2014 at 1:42 pm

    I love this – makes me wish I knew how to work a scroll saw!

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