Posted by Kara Ward at 12:40 AM
Posted by Kara Ward at 7:28 PM
Only at Kaleidoscope can you leap through windows, make your own puzzle, use markers from food containers.
This is melted crayons from the space room. It is lite with black lights...everything glows.
This is a froggy drinking fountain. The paper towel racks look like a dog and a boy...where the towel comes out like it is their tongue.
The fish is a wall divider, the hearts are lights on the floor and patterns on the wall made with lights.
If you have time, I recommend the Hallmark Visitors Center. The film on how their artist become inspired is well-done. The kids go on a savanger hunt throughout it. They stamp a little passport for each area with information about Hallmark. They also make a real bow with the bow maker. It is a favorite of ours.
Sorry for the long blog....Kara
Posted by Kara Ward at 6:10 PM
Posted by Kara Ward at 10:30 AM
Also, I have one kit left of the "SHE" book. All pieces are pre-cut for you with exception to the paper piecing. Everyone in class said the book went together quickly and easily. Email me if you want it. I am taking it out to the Kansas Store before noon. You can pay and pick it up there.
Posted by Kara Ward at 8:35 AM
Here is Home Companion's web site:
Drag your mouse over any of the pink bubble symbols on this blog and it shows a mini version of the web site before you connect to it. Technology is so cool. Kara
Posted by Kara Ward at 11:32 AM
Posted by Kara Ward at 10:08 PM
Here is a banner. I had trouble photographing it. I tied it to the staircase railing and then, tied it to the headboard in the guest bedroom. It would be so cute at a baby shower or tied on to a crib welcoming baby home. I used a plastic party banner from Hayden's birthday for the pattern on the pennants.
Posted by Kara Ward at 9:01 AM
Let's see...you could make this party crown for the top of a cake or the top of a party girl.
Or you could make this card...
Or this one...
How about a mini picture album to throw in your purse...just perfect for a grandma?
The ideas are endless what you could make with a Designer Paper Pad, Embossed Word Stickers, Embossed Girl Icon Stickers, Stitches Rub-Ons, Grand Adhesion's, Chipboard Alphabets, Tag Pad, and a few buttons and bows.
Posted by Kara Ward at 8:33 PM