Holiday CardMaking for a Cause
On Friday afternoon, I hosted a very small kids holiday celebration to make some Christmas Cards. When the idea originated, I asked my daughter, Molly, if she wanted to make cards for U.S. Troops overseas or the elderly without their families in nursing homes. As Molly is six, this prompted discussions on what these subject matters are. Quite interesting topics of conversation to have with a young one! Molly couldn’t decide which cause to support more, so she asked her friends to choose. Our little guests came prepped and ready from their parents which cause they wanted to support.
We’ve decorated the house festively and I put out some after-snacks of fruit, veggies and rolled up sandwiches. I couldn’t resist cupcakes from Ronnie’s Bakery with a Christmas theme! They turned out so cute.
The kids got right to work stamping with our PSA Essentials stamps, stickers, glue, ribbon tape and more. I had two tables set up - one for the very little ones and one for the bigger kids.
The kids were so cute making the cards! Obviously a great photo opp for me with these cute little faces stamping away with our PSA Essentials stamps.
The kids spent much more time playing outside than making cards - and the mom’s enjoyed being together. Truly was a lot of fun and we made some (sort of) cute cards that I am sending off to the USO and a local nursing home. It is the thought that counts, right? What fun to celebrate the season with our friends. Group picture time! (Williamson Triplets had left already and we couldn’t get Ian in this one, boo!)
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