Camp Sparkle Day 3 – the final hours!

a few young ladies

a mom or two …

will do

a few blank  canvases

paper

scissors

ribbons

buttons

a little paint

all being transformed

with a little help from the magic collage pauge

these little ladies

now hold priceless works of art!

Happy young ladies!

After 3 busy crafty fun filled days…

I am one tired momma!

oh ~ but it didn’t stop me …

the days fun was not done!

a little parent child soccer scrimmage game anyone?

the coach with his daughter…

aka my hubs with my daughter!  =)

The last game of the season was Monday night…

for the league Abby plays in …

One of our mom’s suggested we play parents against soccer girls instead of an end of the season “pizza” party… SO brilliant!  Good to be out and active instead of eating all that cheese!!  right?  right…

I scored a goal on the soccer field for the first time in my life tonight!!

does it count if I scored it against a bunch of 10 year old girls??

Stop laughing at me!!  =)

The girls beat us parents by a couple goals… I am sure we weren’t “too easy” on them!!  =)

Alrighty good then…

anyone interested in seeing those tie dye shirts we made?!

yep… had to do that today too!  =)

rinse, rinse, rinsed, soaked in vinegar, washed and dried now!

Beautiful!!   colorful!  cheery!

The kids can’t wait to wear them!

tomorrow I am switching gears for a little beach fun coming up!!

Bliss I tell you pure bliss!

I heart the beach!

I tell ya all about it tomorrow!

ta ta for now…

my pillow is calling!

12 Responses | Add your Own

  • 1 Lori@ Teacher Turned Mommy yazmış:

    those canvases came out great and they did a good job with the shirts too. I love the idea of the end of the season game against the parents, I bet the girls had a blast. enjoy your beach day

  • 2 Cindy yazmış:

    We have got to get us some canvases to paint on!
    Maybe self-portraits for the laundry room!?!:)
    They came out great, love the details on the edges.
    Enjoy the day

  • 3 Dina @ 4 Lettre Words yazmış:

    I just love this idea so much! The canvases are brilliant and the shirts turned out great.

  • 4 Privet and Holly yazmış:

    ALL fun things ~
    wonderful memories,
    togetherness,
    art ~ the great
    outdoors….
    Does it get
    any better???
    ENJOY!
    xx Suzanne

  • 5 Bringing Pretty Back yazmış:

    What a great post with so much beauty and color! The girls look like they had a great time!
    I just love how the whole post was about just so much fun!
    Thank you for your cheer on my blog! THANK YOU!
    Have a pretty day~
    Kristin

  • 6 Kathleen Smith yazmış:

    Jennifer,

    Where do you come up with the most amazing ideas. I seriously need to do both of these latest projects with the girls on our block. I mean how fun are these. Off to find directions.

    Love and Hugs ~ Kat

  • 7 He & Me + 3 yazmış:

    Camp Sparkle looks like so much fun. I went back and read the other two days. fun fun fun. I love the tie dyed shirts very bright.
    Yeah for you getting a goal in the soccer game.
    My daughter has that same Kick it shirt from Old navy. She loves it.
    I think I will have to do this next year with my kids and some of their friends…so fun.

  • 8 Pennie yazmış:

    Those are the most beautiful t-shirts I’ve ever seen! I drove Angel to my mom’s today…sniff, sniff. Just visiting… 🙂

    Talk to you later!!!

  • 9 a pocket full of posies yazmış:

    what an awesome camp…and priceless memories!!!
    Rest well sweet friend!
    Blessings!
    Jill
    p.s. the girl’s butterflies are ADORABLE!!!! 🙂

  • 10 tricia yazmış:

    these are just toooo cute! I’m getting ideas…
    xo

  • 11 blueviolet yazmış:

    I’d be willing to pay camp tuition to attend next time!

  • 12 Heather yazmış:

    i love how you’ve taken bits of bloggy inspiration and turned them into an amazing camp for girlies! completely fantastic.

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