Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Winter has most definitely made his appearance!

A few days ago my cousin asked me if I would be available this day in the morning to be with her two grandchildren from Virgina, Miss Abby and Master Austin...
My cousin's Mother-In-Law passed suddenly this past weekend, to which her services were being held this morning at her church.  The family had decided to not have the Great-Grandchildren  attend the three hour service.  Fortunately, I was available this morning to help out.  I decided to take the material along for the Sock Snowmen I recently made thinking this would be a neat craft for Abby and Austin to make and take home to Virgina...and a remembrance of their Great-Grandmother, her farm is within a stone's throw of the church on this cold and flurry day.

Austin and Abby were more than excited when I shared what I had planned.....
Austin created Snowman Mr. James along with Abby's creation of Snowlady Miss Katie.

Austin with Mr. James....Abby with Miss Katie

The total time for this craft with a 5 and 7 year old was approximately one hour.  If you would like the complete Tutorial on the Sock Snowmen, scroll down my page a bit where you will find complete instructions.

Thanks for stopping by and many Blessings..


  1. HI K, First I want to say I am so sorry to hear about your cousin's MIL, they are in my prayers.

    I loved seeing the kiddo's with their smowman and snowlady! I LOVE THEM!!!! I can see they LOVE them too.
    The kiddo's are cuite pies. I am sure you had a ball with them today!

    Hugs my friend,

  2. Good evening K. So sweet of you to share the snow people craft with those adorable children. They really seems to be proud of themselves and their snowman and snowlady. Sorry about the loss of your cousins MIL. Loosing a loved one is never easy. Sending prayers their way. Have a good evening. Stay warm.


Thanks for the visit....! I encourage and look forward to your thoughts and comments. Many Blessings...K

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