Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Twistee Flowers

 We bought a pack of this twistee (sorry forgot the name of it) art stuff from the store for a dollar.  
 It's a must have if you want to entertain your kids during winter time as you can create  a lot of stuff out of it.  
My daughter had so much fun creating  different kinds of shape.  I saved half of them and made it into these twistee flowers and put it on top of Ms. Burrito's kitchen set.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone.  The sun is shining and the temperature is going up, it's 6 degrees now. It was 0degree when I woke up at  seven am.


  1. Not much warmer here, either! The twisted straws bend so nicely, the artist limited only by their active imaginations. Nicely done!

  2. What a fun, colorful shadow shot for the day! I love it! Have a lovely weekend!


  3. What a cool idea...I just wish my kids were young so that I could do this with them... guess I have to wait for grandkids! LOL

  4. Howdy sis?

    Sowee for missing all the good happy weeks. Jst to tired with this winter sickness, no?

    Not warm in Sweden either! Makes me so sick.

    Anyways, love your kiddos art. Always so sweet when they're trying their best to make us happy, di ba? I feel that way when my kiddos were todd's.

    See yah & ingats. Huggies to your lovelies...


  5. have i mentioned that your daughter is very creative. i think i had posted them that in some of your past posts but now, i'm writing it again, she's so creative. how adorable!

  6. Yes, they are wonderful materials for your kids art works. Surely the imagination of children can create so many wonderful works of arts with those colorful materials. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

  7. wow kaganda naman, very creative ung anak mo :)

  8. Wonderful shadows created by the special flowers.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

  9. Hi!

    I follow you now :)

    I see Bicolana ka, seeing your picture at cagsawa, asawa ko bicolano, but i never been to cagsawa ruins. Cute ng kids mo, nammiss ko tuloy yung anak ko :)

    see you around :)

  10. What fun! Great squiggly shadows. They're called pipe cleaners here.

  11. Cute flowers good job taking the picture. Happy SSS!

    Mine is here

  12. Naks! Creative!

    Me? I don't have a single creative bone in my body! Buti na lang ang asawa ko, maabilidad and creative! Hahaha!

    By the way, sis...I tagged you and this blog (along with 14 other mom blogs) with the Stylish Blogger Award. Sana you can find the time to read my post about it during your spare time. Eto po yung link:


    As always, more power and Godspeed!

    - Mama Mia

  13. Love the perfect shadows these cast upon the wall.



    Hope your weekend has been treating you well.

  14. Malamig din d2 Ate Rose snowing pero mas malamig jan..thanks sa info about Blogvertise Ate I will send support..:-)

  15. Cool shot.

    All the best, Boonie

  16. pretty twisty bouquet and sounds like a fun project.


  17. ganda naman nito Rose.. dropping by quick...

  18. so cute and colorful....:) awesome idea!

  19. wow, lumalabas ang talent mo dito..gusto ko din joni dito sa meme, sana maka join next week.
    btw, diko sure kung nabigay ko url at napabilis click ko anyways, here's the url of the award.. :)



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