Christmas time is just perfect to make something extraordinary for our kids but at the same time we can make them be good with the Santa's story. So I told Kian how elfs are taking notes if he is behaving well or bad and that if he will be a good boy than the wishes he wrote (draw) in his letter will come true. But there is aproblem: Kian doesn't want to understand that you write to Santa once a year. So mostly every day he writes a new letter that is more or less the same as the one of the day before. I explained him that there is only one letter that counts and he always says that he understands and after that he immidiatly goes and picks his pencils and writes a new one. I just gave up telling him anything. I can tell you we have a lot of fun watching him every day drawing and loudly speaking while doing the drawing about his wishes.
I thought it's a nice moment to scrap and so I did alot of mini envelopes that make a perfect backgroud for this story. I love how the letters turned out. I simply used some acrilic paint and extra fine glitter pouder to make this vintage LO a little bit more festive. The picture of Kian is captured in one of his christmas wish list moments.
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love this lo... Kian looks sooooooo serious... but then writing Santa is a serious thing...OdgovoriIzbriši