The boss had a creative moment the other day and suggested that our craft club be called C cubed. I would type it here in math-ese if I knew how. So just imagine what it looks like until I do. Anyway, Friday night was once again filled with women overdosing on creativity. The tables and countertops were a bit in the over-stimulating category with supplies that seemed to grow exponentially throughout the night. Enjoy!
I think everyone is trying to figure out where to start. It was a bit overwhelming when you saw all the supplies.
Of course, the math teacher had a plan. And she stuck to it, by golly.
And there was the one who stuck to bird making.
I am very curious to find out who actually completes this project. Most completed six to eight magnets. Daughter Kelly and I are proud--in a good way--to say that ours are done before the first of December. Amazing since I haven't finished reading the Advent book that I started with the children last year.
Mine (below) is on a cookie sheet painted with chalk board paint. I will probably draw (with chalk) a loose grid on the tray to begin, knowing that it will be impossible to keep my designs in the squares. And I probably will redo a few when I actually unpack my Christmas decorations and uncover some sentimental ornaments.