|I was very pleased with how it turned out and so was Ethan.|
|For Ethan's party I also make Lego ninja suckers to give to cousins and other guests. I made them by covering Tootsie Roll pops with colored crate paper and printed out some Ninjago Lego faces onto sticker paper. They were easy yet fun.|
For a special birthday gift I decided I wanted to personalize a camp chair for Ethan. He had officially outgrown his "tot spot" camp chair and it was time for a full sized one to have when we go camping and such. And since Ethan is sooo into superheros these days I decided to paint a Spiderman face on the back of the chair.
I didn't know exactly how I was going to do it but like most of my projects I just winged it and it worked! I made a stencil using vinyl and painted red and white in the negative spaces on my stencil and then after it dried I went back and painted the black outline to make it pop better off the dark blue background of the chair.
It didn't turn out as crisp as I had pictured but in the end I liked that it looked hand done.
|Ethan was pretty pleased, and I, in no way planned his outfit to match. But the fact he chose to wear spiderman that day was perfect!|
|Grandma and Grandpa Glenn were able to come up for the festivities as well since Steve's daughter Florence has a February birthday as well. It was fun to have them come up too.|
Happy Birthday big boy! We love you!