Friday, July 31, 2009

Kid's Craft and Swap-Zoe.

I decided to join Zoe up for the Kid's craft swap because she is always a bit jealous when I get packages in the mail and she doesn't. We were paired with craftser Lique and her daughter Daphne. Lique has a blog and makes some awesome things click HERE to have a look.
When we got the questionnaires that our swap partner filled out I was pleasantly surprised at how similar our girls are. They had fun getting to know each other via facebook and emails and I hope we stay in touch.Zoe made Daphne a name necklace, bracelet, activity book, painted bird picture, some polymer clay ornaments (mostly cupcakes), a jeans bag and decorated t-shirt (littlest pet shop, both girls love littlest pet shop). We also sent some vegemite, timtams, choccies, fabric and some books.
Photos by Lique.
I made a tree pendant for lique. I am kinda obsessed with the teardrop shapes at the moment.
We were so excited to get an amazing package from Lique and Daphne. We got spoilt big time!
Daphne painted the house to display littlest pet shops on, she also decorated the photo frame.
She sent through some LPS stickers and bandaids, some painted horses, lots of other cool stuff- including candy..YUM

Close up of picture frame. The love hearts are clear resin with sparkles set into it, and the bottlecaps have picture stuck in them.... so crafty!Cute painted horse ornaments.The back of the painted house,a Z pillow that Zoe adores, a cool tote bag you can colour in yourself and Daphne also painted a bag with her favourite things on it.Close up of painting. Hasn't she done a great job?

Lique also makes soap. How cool is that? She sent me a bar with ground coffee in it (great exfoliator) and one which smells sooooo yummy (vanilla and lime).

We had so much fun with this swap and although we probably wont be doing any more swaps for a while, I hope that Zoe and Koby and I can spend a few hours each week being creative and trying new things.

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