Saying I Love You

Parent gifts can be tricky - we want to make something cute and kid-made, but also something that parents will want to have.   This year, we painted some heart-shaped frames from Michaels (you know, those $1 wooden ones they have).  Then, they each painted a sign reading "I love you!" or "I ♥ you!"  We took pictures of them holding their signs for the frame.  I didn't take a picture of the finished frames - you know how that goes - but I do love these pictures.  Such a fun way to say "I love you."  These would be great for out-of-town relatives too - don't you think?

4 comments:

kristin said...

GREAT idea Amie! i'll be filing that idea away for my school. thanks!

p.s. i'm not sure if i said it before , but congratulations on the book!! i hope it has recieved lots of (much deserved) success. xx

Sunita said...

Dear Amie and Andria,

I have ordered your new book and am patiently waiting for it to arrive. I love your blog and check everyday to see if there is a new post. You always have great ideas for kids and you are a great source of inspiration.
Congratulations on your first book and may there be many more.
love
Sunita

Amie Plumley said...

Kristin - thanks for your sweet email. I've put many of your ideas away for next year as well! :) The book is doing great and I love to see how it's inspired others to start sewing with kids too.
amie

Amie Plumley said...

Sunita - thanks so much for your email - I just checked your blog and can't wait to see where your journey of sewing with kids leads you! Happy sewing!
amie