Tuesday, April 19, 2011

WOYWW 98

Hello WOYWWers, how are you all doing? I hope you have a wonderful Wednesday, hopping from one creative desk to the next, thanks to our wonderful Julia, the Queen of Snoop. I'm currently having a hard time getting around the desks, there is so much going on here, and on top of that it's my daughter's birthday this Easter, she'll be 13, oh my. A teenager!


And it's her birthday I'm working on, or better say little girls that her friends will receive who will come over on Monday afternoon. She has invited four friends, so there will be five girls, that's manageable. Each of the "tag girls" represents one of her friends and I'm glad that she could recognize each single girl when I showed her the tags. She also wants to do a scavenger hunt, this time about the Olympic Games. Oh boy. She was very enthusiastic about the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver - I mainly remember Apolo Ohno, and just a few others (the German bobsled team and the German female speed skaters). Nothing is left in my memory about Beijing. But hey, ask me about the Summer Olympic Games back in 1972 in Munich - I remember those very well. I was 12 years old and a fan of Mark Spitz!

24 comments:

Roban Studio said...

Happy 13th birthday to Kaefer! It's a new milestone. Yay. :-) Your birthday tags are going to be so very cute. I'm sure all the girls will have a great time. Happy WOYWW!
Hugs

Dragon said...

Woo these look way cool!!! Your daughter is so lucky ... Will they take them home with them...?? Have a great week
Frankie
xx

Helen said...

Love those party tags, hope the day goes well.

okienurse said...

How awesome making a tag that is like each one of the girls! Very nice! Have fun with the party! Thanks for sharing Vickie #28

karen said...

Those tags are looking fantastic! That is great that you have drawn representations of all her friends! Very cute!
Good luck with the scavenger hunt!
xoxo Karen #43

Sue said...

Hi ya
a hive of industry on ya desk, great tags, sounds like a fun packed birthday party,thanks for the mooch, happy WOYWW, sue,x

Tertia said...

Those tags look super! I must admit I love the Olympic Games, but I am clueless when it comes to facts about it.
Not easy having a 13yo girl, it seems to be the worst age for girls - at least it was for mt 3. I always say that if mother and daughter both make it alive through 13, you are OK.

Rebekah said...

What fantastic tags Carola have fun with all those girls! Happy WOYWW hugs Rebekah xx (65)

voodoo vixen said...

OMGoodness those tags look fabulous!! Your daughter a teenager... ooooo errrr, now you are for it!! ;) LOL She obviously loves unusual birthday themes and you have the talent to make sure it is memorable!! Annette #4

Cauliflower Cupcake said...

Those tags look such fun, I too am a mum of a 13 year old!!!!!!!!! Sometimes good, sometimes not so good. Sounds like she will be having a fun time. Good luck with it all.
Happy WOYWW
Rebecca (44) x

Marcie said...

These tags are so sweet! What a wonderful gift to your daughter and her friends. Wishing her (and you) a happy..happy birthday!!!

windrock studio said...

Hey Carola, great idea with the girl tags, bet the party will be a big hit!
It does look like you have been busy having fun!

Angie said...

What a fun idea those tags are ... is that real bubble wrap or a stamp ...I love bubble wrap. I think you will have fun on your DD birthday ...be thankful that she wants the girls round and not a party with boys ...next year maybe.lol

MaggieC said...

Beijing to me makes me think of those fabulous opening and closing ceremonies. I wonder how London can compete with that. Hope your party goes well.

Chrissy said...

great idea to make individual tags for the girls, I bet they'll love 'em.
Chrissy #93

Angelfish said...

Those tags look just wonderful:)
Fiona x

MaggieC said...

Thanks for your lovely visit. It is not so impressive that I have finished the cards for May. The reason is that we start on our series of summer holidays this weekend, and we shall be here, there and all over the place (with luck) until the schools break up for the summer. So my time will be limited and variable.

see you there! said...

What a great idea for party favors. My GD is 14, its a great age but is miss the toddler times.

Happy Birthday to your daughter.

Darla

JoZart said...

Love the girls line up! Great fun and I hope DD has a Happy Birthday.
Love JoZarty x

Maria Ontiveros said...

Great tags! I love the dots!
Rinda

Sunshine Girl said...

Love the tags - hope she has a great birthday and party.

Ginnie said...

Did someone say Mark Spitz? Oh my, if that doesn't age us. :) How fun, Carola. Your daughter is clearly proud of what you are doing for her birthday, as she should be. Good for you. How sweet to remember each of her friends in this way. You really are the creative artist!

alexa said...

How clever to be able to make tags which recognisably represent a person! Welcome to the world of teen girls - your life will never be the same again!

sandra de said...

Great tags for your daughters party. I do like the bubble wrap effect and that little stamp roller. Actually I like all those paints and pens on your desk.