I love how Daisy does everything with all her might and passion, even stamping her fingerprint on a stick of wood.
While she stamped away I grabbed a fine point Sharpie and turned her sweet fingerprint into a little birdie with a Christmas greeting. That evening after the kiddos were asleep I hung out in the garage with my drill. First I started with a tiny pilot hole to (try to!) prevent the wood from splitting.
After the tiny pilot hole, I grabbed a second drill bit to make a larger hole. What size drill bits were used? That's the boring stuff I never pay attention to - more of an eyeball it kind of girl. But here's a pic so you can see the ratio difference.
Sadly there were a few casualties.
After some added twine, these guys are ready to tag our gifts and deliver a taste of Christmas cheer!
I couldn't resist lining them up in color spectrum order.
It's my happy spot. But now another happy spot has been added to the list, because I have something done early for Christmas, which hasn't happened in years!
Merry Christmas in October!
P.S. Wanna see some other kid-assisted Christmas gift tags? Check out these tags from 2011.