Month: October 2009

A handmade car rooftop

My little sister couldn’t wait to show me this handmade car rooftop that she made when I came over. I was equally excited when I saw it! What a cute invention. Now the little ones can be sheltered from the elements when they ride on their little ride-on toys! 🙂 The roof comes complete with […] Read more…

Tumbling Tuesday – Fall Tree

This is an oldie but a goodie.. I actually made this in my first year of college… and I made my husband help me haha. He drew the tree while I made the leaves. Then we laminated everything with contact paper so it would withstand those little toddler hands that would be using it. I […] Read more…

My Faith Monday – Duas

I wanted to start teaching my daughter some duas (supplications) so I printed out these really nice ones from mini-mumin. I didn’t want mine so big so I printed two to a page, then I laminated them with contact paper (available at dollar stores or walmart). I’m going to focus on duas for eating as […] Read more…

Language Flashcards

I made some language flashcards for my daughter. I decided to focus on French (my second language) and Urdu (my husband’s second language). Using the words from the wednesday wordlist and some clip art, and the help of my mother-in-law for the urdu words (my husband didn’t know all the words!) I put together these: […] Read more…

I love paper toys :)

I went to the printer shop today to pick up some coloured ink, and the store clerk gave my daughter a piece of paper of a mouse, that can be cut and glued and made into a toy mouse. So cool! I’m such a sucker for handmade toys. I checked out the website that was […] Read more…

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