Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Daisy in the studio, make and take Number 1

I shared my conker treasure hunt with you in my last post and mentioned that Daisy had been into my studio when she stayed with us at the weekend.  I am back today to share some photos.
She wanted to take a peep into Nanna's little studio and was fascinated by my desk and the things on there. She visited a couple of times and on Sunday she asked for the key and headed down the garden path. I asked her if she wanted to make something and was thrilled when she said yes. She wiggled up into my seat and said she wanted to make a card each for Mummy and Daddy.

Daisy is very decisive (in a lovely way) about what she wants to do and was adamant that she wanted to use just a very simple flower stamp. I showed her how we needed to tap, tap, tap the stamp onto the ink pad and then stamp onto the paper

She chose lots of different colours. She said "tap, tap, tap" as she inked her stamp and watched how Nanna cleaned the stamp between colours.
I am amazed at her dexterity for a 22 month old.
 She could open the distress pads up too.
 After stamping she wanted to draw so I found some old Marvy pens and again she went through lots of  colours. We said "lid off" and "lid on" as she used each pen.

She wanted me to write Mummy and Daddy for her

 I then asked it she wanted to stick anything on or add and glitter and her reply was "all done". I love her decisiveness, it will take her a long way. And here are her "make and takes" from her weekend at Nanna's together with her conker treasure.
Needless to say my daughter and SIL were thrilled with their cards.

Daisy is too young to enter her sweet cards into a challenge so I have entered one of mine instead but who knows, this might be the start of a love of crafting ...and Nanna would be delighted if it is ;0)

I thought I would share another make with my bister backgrounds I made recently. If you would like to see my bister revisted post you can find it here. This is my card today. I chose something magical as a thank you card. Daisy really is such a joy in our lives.

Here are some close ups to try to show the bright sparkle of the stenciled stars. The stamp is Lavinia.

I would like to enter my card into the following challenges;

Paperartsy pigment powders
Artistic Stamper Things with wings
 195  I used a snippet of mixed media card to make it with.
Crafty card makers Make it sparkle
Ribbon Girl blue
Love to create #19 anything goes mixed media
Fussy and Fancy fantasy
Emerald Faeries thank you
Bunny Zoe teens and tweens

Edit 5pm Tuesday; My lovely blogging friend Di of Pixie's snippets playground asked if I would add Daisy's cards to the challenge...it will make her their youngest ever player. This will really make Daisy's Mummy and Daddy smile. Thanks Di!

So here we go; I would like to enter Daisy into the following challenge;

Pixie's snippets playground 195  Daisy used snippets of paper from my desk.


Thanks for visiting me today and taking the time to leave your kind comments. I love reading them and perhaps in the future Daisy can come back here and read all about her first crafting with Nanna in Jane's Journal. It certainly was a magical weekend we shared.

Back soon,

Bye for now,

Jane x

24 comments:

  1. Awe why can't Daisy's cards be entered in a challenge!!! I think they're brilliant, she is so cute stamping and writing away at your desk! :)
    Love the colours in your card today!!
    Happy Tuesday my friend, we have sunshine, sending some your way, just in case you don't!
    V x

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  2. A gorgeous card Jane. Your background is stunning and really draws the eye across the card and lovely stamps. Daisy's first cards are brilliant, an artist in the making. Thanks for joining our challenge at Crafty Cardmakers and more. Sally.x.

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  3. Oh Jane - Daisy is just adorable! I do wish you'd add her iinto the Snippets Playground anyhow - the girlies always love to see little ones crafting and I think that Daisy would be our youngest one yet!

    And I totally adore your card - one of my fave stamps and it really does look so magical! All sparkly and sort of ethereal too. Beautiful!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  4. Daisy is a natural, her decisiveness is adorable!
    And, your card is definitely magical Jane, with that lovely image, and those sparkly stars!
    Alison x

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  5. Oh my.. what a darling post! Daisy is so adorable working on her cards! I loved seeing her little hands, she seemed a bit apprehensive at getting her hands dirty.. :-) I hope she wins the card challenge.. what a fun thing to do! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  6. yay Daisy - wonderful work!!! Love your work too Jane! Hugs rachel x

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  7. Those Bisters are a blast and on my wish list. Gorgeous card Jane. Your sparkle is amazing.
    I love the photos of Daisy's work in progress and what she created I am sure are treasured by her Mum & Dad. Bless her. Oh and thanks for sharing with us over at Crafty Cardmakers.

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  8. Look at those little hands - what fun she is having and she will always remember these moment. I have to give up the computer right now but I will be back. It is a joy to share your granddaughter with you!
    Sandy xx

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  9. Now that is adorable! My grandson likes to play with my stamps all the time too! Little artists in the making! This card is very cute and I love the sparkle!! Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Cardmakers and more!

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  10. Oh dear Jane, that post simply melted my heart! I knew Daisy will follow your crafty footsteps but still... Lovely! I wish you many happy moments together in your studio!

    Lovely last (almost!) days of September!

    Yours,
    Mia

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  11. Hi Sweet dear Jane, This is the sweetest dearest post yet! Just love how you enjoy Daisy and let her experiment with all of Nanna's studio supplies! You are awesome and Daisy will always remember and want to be creative with you! Daisy is quite talented TOO : )
    Congrats on having the youngest player be your Daisy, xoxoRobin

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  12. How lovely to see that you linked little Daisy into the Playground! The girlies will be fighting to look after her!! :)

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  13. Aww . . .what a lovely joyful post. It's clear you both had great fun crafting together. Daisy will be a star I'm sure.

    Your fairy card is marvellous. Love the powder paints for amazing effects.

    Hugs, SarN xxx

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  14. Great card ! I really love your background. And the stamp with the moon, fairy and stars...really great ! :)
    ....and your little girl I am sure will become a great scrapper :D Really sweet ! :D

    Thanks for joining us at Fussy and Fancy ! :D

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  15. Beautiful!

    Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers and More!

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  16. This is TOO precious Jane!!
    I've enjoyed your post immensely!
    We have a future stamper for sure!
    Your card is also beautiful my Friend!!

    xx

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  17. What a sparkly, shimmery and magical piece to mark the end of summer, Jane! It was a joy to follow along on last weekend's conked hunt, too. It seems you'll be sharing studio space with little Daisy, now- Hoping that "Mummy and Daddy" are displaying little Daisy's artistic creations somewhere special that will continue to bring smiles. :o)

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  18. Oh how adorable Daisy is, crafting away there! What a lovely surprise for her mummy and daddy, her little cards are so sweet. Your sparkly shimmery card is so lovely too :)
    Helen xox

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  19. You have a trainee and future artist on your hands - it's wonderful & so stinking cute!
    Her dexterity at such a young age, being able to hold and stamp as well as write - yep Jane you've got an artist in training. Enjoy your break Karen x

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  20. What a beautiful card, stunning design and colour..Thank you for joining us at Fussy and Friday Challenge. Good luck in draw..Hugs Lozzy x
    beautiful photos to x

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  21. Very special to see you and your helper, Jane. How fun to make cards for Mum and Dad!! Hope you're having a sunny break!!
    Cheers,
    Anne D.T. xx

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  22. Lovely card Jane and Daisy's are gorgeous budding stamper in the making. Thanks for joining in the fun at The Artistic Stamper. Debs DT

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  23. Lovely card and Daisy has done a swell job too x Thanks so much for joining us over at Emerald Faeries Challenge Blog, good luck and hope to see you again.
    ~ Denise DT ~
    Emerald Faeries Challenge Blog
    {Denise's Patch of Creativity}
    {Lil Patch of Crafty Friends Challenge}

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Jane x