I {Heart} Glasses

 

This may be the fastest little project I’ve ever done, for such cutie results.  I like my little Valentine’s glasses, but really, I’m just proud that I was able to get some halfway decent shots of J wearing them.  This would be before he ripped them off his head and twisted them into an unrecognizable pile of pipe cleaner wreakage.  Still, I got enough to show off my little man!

Anyways, if you’d like your own, grab two red pipe cleaners, twist them together with a small overlap, and form some heart frames.  The two pipe cleaners was barely enough to make these glasses large enough for a toddler, so if you’d like to wear them yourself, you may need to use a couple more pipe cleaners.

Give it a shot!  Maybe use them as party favors or just silly little photo props at your Valentine’s Day get-together!

In other news, I think J is finally starting to understand that he should look at the camera and pose when I’m trying to take some pictures.  But I think he also does it so he can look at himself in the viewer afterwards to check that his hair looked ok.  Here’s some of his wacky “poses”.  They were all followed by “See picture! Mommy, J see picture!”

 

 

 
 
 
 
 


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  1. says

    Haha, that gives me a chuckle. I love that. My kids would be in love with these. We have got to make some of these this weekend. Lovely! Found you over at Blissful and Domestic and came over to check out your blog and follow. I just started having a new blog hop and it is still going on if you would like to join in on the fun. I would love to have you. : ) Hope you have a great weekend. http://onecreativeprocrastinatinggal.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2013-01-17T00:50:00-05:00&max-results=3

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