Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Early Thanksgiving With My Sis!

Good Morning Everyone!!

I just wanted to share something I am so thankful for....

My Family!

Last night I had an early thanksgiving with my mom, sister Kim, my nephews, Finny and Tucker and my niece, Liya Katherine!  Mom and I will be celebrating Thanksgiving together...(Maybe I can coax her back in the studio for some crafts and a video...who knows!) so it was nice to be with some of my family for this fun time.  I love them.

Here's the gang!


Kim, Finny and Tucker


Liya, Mom and Me


And yes, Kim loved the little origami box I made for her.  Yahooo!

Next, we split up and I went to Archiver's to grab a few things.  While I was there I saw the coolest fast and easy projects that I will share with you tonight.  It's one of those projects you see and just have to try out....So I will see you all tonight!

Have an awesome day!

Jim
The Gentleman Crafter

23 comments:

  1. Awwwww, so sweet. Thanks for sharing! Would love to see your Mom in the studio again.

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    1. I know...She reads my blog so lets beg her! LOL!

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  2. I spy your box on the table! Can't wait for your latest share!

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  3. What did you put in the box for you sister Jim?

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    1. Candy of course! LOL! Pralines and some Lindt Truffles...Yummo!

      Thanks for asking!

      J.

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  4. Tell your Mom that her presence in the studio has been requested. It looks like a fun time was had by all. I am happy that you had special time with your family. I am looking forward to seeing you tonight in the studio.

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    1. Yes Wanda! Tell her! Mom is requested to do a project with her only son in the studio! I think the only son part adds a little guilt which is good! LOL!

      Thanks my sweet!

      Jim

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  5. Great pictures - What a beautiful, happy family you have! You're a big teaser, you are! Hurry and let us know what you picked up!!!!
    Kim was sure to enjoy her box - it is lovely!.
    TFS - Julie

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    1. Julie, Thank you so much! I think they are good looking group! I think Kimmie really liked her little box. I hope....

      J.

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  6. You all look so happy together - lovely! Looking forward to "fast and easy" tonight too! Yes I agree with WandaH "We want Mom! We want Mom! We want Mom!"

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    1. Go Mom! Hi Lynn! How is the newlywed this morning? About the project...I know I can't wait to get to it. It may have been off of their website I don't know, but they had instruction sheets printed out so I nabbed one! So see ya tonight...

      Hugs my friend!
      Jim

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  7. Hi Jim.. this is the first time I give you a comment . I found your blog a few weeks ago and now I'm your follower! you are awesome.. and I love your style! Thanks for sharing.
    Magda

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  8. Oh Jim, how wonderful that you were able to share an early Thanksgiving Day with family. Consider yourself a lucky man. My family is so dysfunctional that even with a year of planning I couldn't get them together for any day to celebrate Thanksgiving or Christmas. Just so sad.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you Tim and your family.

    Shirley in Queen Creek, AZ

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  9. Excellent smiles all around! Finny looks like a fun kid -- crayon in hand!

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  10. Love that you get to have two celebrations! Such a lovely family you have. I bet the kids love to create with their uncle! I know my nieces and nephews do, and I am not as talented as you are. Enjoy your Thanksgiving! Looking forward to your projects tonight!

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  11. what a happy bunch! HAppy Thanksgiving to you....yep, hope your mom can craft with you again...sure enjoyed her

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  12. Well darn Jimmy. I would have met you at Archivers. Gee whiz. Did you pick up any of that yummy Bo Bunny paper? Finny and Liya are cuter than bugs ears. Tucker is a handsome lad. Would love to meet your sister Kim one day.

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  13. Great to have family! Lucky you Archivers...:o( wish we had one close to here. Enjoy your holiday!
    Hugz, Z

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  14. Aren't families fun! I new your sis would love the box, it was too pretty! Looking forward to the new project...

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  15. Beautiful,happy family-you are blessed.Looking forward to a "mom" video.

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  16. This is such a fun project and your turkey's are great. However, where did you find the template for the turkey? I found the instructions at Archivers, but the place where there was suppose to be a link for the template wasn't connected.

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