This week we had school Fete, so an insert was ..unavoidable. But I decided to go for a Design E cut in half this time, and made four square blocks about the Fete.
I also got more milage out of the wordstickers I used for the "Fete", by cutting out what remained after the letters inside was already used somewhere else. It was a fun day. Liam's pre-school had a Disney theme and he went as a Pirate. Loved their chant and the little hands shooting, blowing their "guns" and putting them back in their belts afterwards. They actually won the competition and each got a KFC kiddie meal this week. Reuben's entire grade went as cats.
Here is the other side of the insert, and more about the Fete. Liam's first chance to compete with real go-carts (the younger kids use push along wire cars). He totally went for it. Loved that the teachers also did a lap on the go-carts. Reuben also got to ride the horse he used to ride at riding lessons. Still very comfortable in the saddle. Right side: recording a visit to Wolmart in Pta, funny because it plays on Wallmart in America. Lots of wool. I used a lined piece of Vellum for some transparent journaling.
I also documented a great afternoon taking Liam to a toyshop to spend a Birthday voucher. So fun looking through everything, and then coming across the Hotwheels cars, and see him get really excited about it. We ended buying handsfull, and a truck to transport them all in. The circle journaling was inpired by Ali Edwards. I played with some paint on the yellow circle. And lastly Sunday at Emmerentia we came across the remote control miniboat club and they let the kids try out one.
Quite happy with this week.
I'll be linking up at The Mom Creative.
Edited: This week was done until I sorted out my study today and came upon a pumpkin painting by Liam. It recently came home with a bunch of other stuff and I somehow missed it. Realized it can totally go into this page...