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Mother’s Day Presents

Here are some pictures of the presents I made for various ‘mother’s’ in my life. That is all but my own mom. I will buy her a potted tree on Monday.

First, we have a wall vase made out of polymer clay. I made it using white clay, so yes I painted it all by hand. I guess that’s what I get for being cheap.

Next, we have a votive candle holder. This was actually part of our crafting project for school yesterday. This one was mine. It is made by gluing tissue paper onto the glass.

Then, we have a t-shirt for my hubby’s Grandmother. Which would make her my kids Great-Grandmother. I don’t know if you can read it. It says ” Great-Grandma’s Bragging Shirt.” The pictures were drawn by the kids with their handwritten names under them. The face on the person is their real face.

Last, we have a t-shirt for my DH’s parents. It is a co Mother’s Day/Father’s Day present for them. My original idea is just like above, names changed of course. Leave it to my DS2 to change my plans. His idea is the one I used. It states, “I’m a Grandma and all I get is this lousy t-shirt!” with Grandpa for his. He thinks its cute and I guess I do also.

I figure the shirts are like multiple gifts. They get the shirt, the kids latest pictures, the kids drawings, and their names in their own handwriting. How neat is that?

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