Christmas Cupboard Door Projects for Kids

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The holiday season is definitely fun for letting our creative side run wild. I love to get my six kids involved in gift making and creating. They all agreed they wanted to inspire you and your kids to get your craft on too. Today we are going to to show you how you can create an upcycled Christmas cupboard door project for any age. We’re all about inspiring you to get have some DIY fun. Join me and my gang for a cupboard adventure!

Salvaged Cupboard Doors Before Makeover by Kids | prodigalpieces.com

What you see above is a selection of cupboard doors that my kids picked out from my stash below. Did you read the story about how I acquired that pile o’ goodness? If not, you can get up to speed HERE.

Salvaged Cupboard Door Stash for Upcycling Projects by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

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As soon as we got that wonderful gift of doors, I told the kids that they can most definitely recreate and work on them too. This is like candy to us! Each one picked out a door above (even my littlest picked two, but hers aren’t shown…yet).

We wanted to make this fun and age appropriate, so we’re going to start with my oldest, and work my way down by age. In addition, we even have a video tutorial for you and free printables too! Join us in our Prodigal Pieces Kids CREATE launch. If you’ve been around my blog for long, you know I often showcase their work. Since we wanted to engage kids even more, we have decided to do a specific feature of kid/parent friendly projects (grandparents too!)

Prodigal Pieces Kids Create - where kids share their DIY to inspire YOU! Details at prodigalpieces.com

I can’t say enough that engaging your kids in any kind of father/mother child fun is the best gift ever. My kids range from teen to toddler and they all are my pride and joy. Also, they are on a mission to be debt free in their adult life, and I want to support them in all their efforts.

First up is this empty door frame chosen by Mr. I. Originally, it was meant to hold a glass panel and has glaziers points inside frame.

Mr. I of Prodigal Pieces and his chosen upcycled cupboard door | prodigalpieces.com

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Before each kid got started, we discussed what they’d like to do and the best way to implement it. Since the Christmas is around the corner they all wanted to do a holiday/winter type project. For Mr. I, he chose to create a DIY stocking holder. He thought it would be fun because he knew not everyone has a mantel to hang their stockings. You can see all his past projects HERE.

First, he first measured the inside of the opening and found a piece of scrap beadboard from our family room coffered ceiling redo. He happened to find a piece that was the correct width. However, he just needed to be shorten it to fit.

Measuring Cupboard Door Inner Dimensions | prodigalpieces.com

Next, to get it ready to cut, he measured and marked the length of the beadboard.

Teen Measuring Beadboard for Project | prodigalpieces.com

Quick Square Measuring | prodigalpieces.com

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Once he had his measurements, he went outside to use my jigsaw to cut it to length.

Cutting Bead Board with Jigsaw | prodigalpieces.com

Then he brought it back in a gave it two coats of white paint to prepare it for the next steps. He wanted to add a vintage vibe to his Christmas cupboard door project, so I showed him how to create a graphic he could transfer on using my transfer method.

Hand-Painting Vintage Style Sign | prodigalpieces.com

Last, he added the small hooks on the front and keyhole hangers on the back and his Christmas cupboard door project is ready to go.

DIY Christmas Stocking Holder Made from an Upcycled Cupboard Door by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

Create Your Own DIY Stocking Holder with this Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

There’s room for 8 stockings or hats, or whatever you’d like to display or corral. Isn’t it fun? I think Mr. I did a fantastic job on it. {{high five!}}

Up next is Miss C., my oldest daughter. You can see all her past projects in these posts HERE. She picked out this beautiful cupboard door that I have repeatedly told her I’d love to have in my kitchen.

Miss C with Her Cupboard Door | prodigalpieces.com

Since she loved the wood grain too, she decided to use it to create an Advent Calendar. If you’re not familiar with what that is, Advent means “coming” in Latin, and is used to celebrate the coming of Jesus into the world. Christ’s birth is what Christmas is all about, so her calendar idea is fitting.

First, she measured and marked where she wanted to attach her mini clothespins. Using my cordless hot glue gun, she adhered them in opposing rows.

Gluing Clothespins on DIY Advent Calendar | prodigalpieces.com

To save time as well as cost, she decided to purchase these punched out Christmas tags that she could alter to her liking.

Christmas Gift Tags for Advent Calendar by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

To create the design, we first made numbers in a sort of whimsical fashion to adhere to the front of the tag.

DIY Printable Advent Calendar Tags by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

Click the links below to print your own set on white cardstock. These were designed to go with these red tags. However, you can print the tags below and adhere the numbers to the front.

ADVENT NUMBERS PAGE 1 – CLICK HERE

ADVENT NUMBERS PAGE 2 – CLICK HERE

Also, to make the calendar not only fun, but a blessing to many, we created a few “gifts to others”. We used this template to create our own. When you turn each tag over there is something simple that you can do for someone else this Christmas. For instance, one reads, “Make a Christmas card and give it to someone.” or another reads, “Pay a compliment to a neighbor. Kind words spread joy”.

You can print our tags using the links below. We used white cardstock so white would peek out from the punched shape. Feel free to use patterned stock too. In order to make it fit the back of the tag, just crop the text to suit your design. Also, as mentioned before, you can simply print the tags as-is and adhere a number to the front.

ADVENT BLESSINGS TAG PAGE 1 – CLICK HERE 

ADVENT BLESSINGS TAG PAGE 2 – CLICK HERE

Here is the DIY Advent calendar ready for this special holiday season. I love it!

Farmhouse Style DIY Advent Calendar from Upcycled Cupboard Door by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

Handmade Farmhouse Style Christmas Advent Calendar with Blessings Tags by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

If you’d like to know how she created the burlap bow, just follow these steps:

How to Make a Burlap Bow in Five Minutes | Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

  1. Cut a 12″ length of 2″ wired burlap ribbon (found at dollar store), a 2″ x 8″ length of ticking fabric, a 1″ x 12″ length of ticking fabric, a 1″ x 16″ length of ticking fabric, a 12″ length of burlap ribbon (fold in half and make a 45° cut from the outer corner heading upwards toward the fold on both ends)
  2. Using a hot glue gun, adhere the 1″ x 12″ ticking to the 12″ burlap piece.
  3. Glue the overlapping ends together.
  4. Pinch the piece in this middle and wrap the folded 2″ piece of ticking around the center and glue down. Trim as needed.
  5. Cut the 1″ x 16″ length of ticking in half, and cut ends to match the burlap. Adhere to the folded 16″ length of burlap as shown.
  6. Glue bow to the bottom ribbon and you’re done.

Make a Burlap Bow for your Farmhouse Decor in Five Minutes by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

Create this Upcycled Advent Calendar Using a Cupboard Door | Free Printable Tags & Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #diy #handmade #christmas #home #homedecor #homedecorideas

My next oldest daughter, Miss S., chose this cupboard door. Also, you can see her past work HERE in these posts.

Miss S with Her Cupboard Door Before | prodigalpieces.com

First, she chose to use a blue as a background and skip going the traditional Christmas colors route. She sanded and then applied the paint with a Stubby Brush.

Painting Cupboard Door Blue | prodigalpieces.com

Next, for her design, she wanted to create wall art in the center panel, but add a bit of fun. She too used my transfer method to apply a graphic we designed. Here she is rubbing the back with pastels.

Making Image Transfer with DIY Method by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Next, she applied the graphic to her Christmas cupboard door project and then hand-painted in the design. Look at her go!

Painting Unto Us a Child is Born Sign | prodigalpieces.com

Last she decided to add some lights to her wall art by drilling holes and mounting the battery-operated Led string lights from the back. In addition, she used my glue gun to attach the string of lights with the battery pack at the bottom. She also attached Velcro to the battery pack of the lights, and the back side of the cupboard. That way you can change batteries as needed.

Here is her Christmas cupboard door wall art complete and ready to shine.

For Unto Us is a Child is Born Wall Art by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

DIY Nativity Wall Art Made from Upcycled Cupboard Door by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

It look so beautiful lit up and has 3 different lighting designs to feature too. I’m so proud of her work on this. Jesus is the real reason for the season.

For Unto Us a Child is Born | Wall Art Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

Handmade Nativity Wall Art by a Tween | Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Kids Can Create this LED Nativity Wall Art Using an Upcycled Cupboard Door | Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #kids #diy #handmade #crafts #christmas #home #homedecor #homedecorideas

The third of my daughters is Miss E. Can you tell we’re having such fun with this? Her door is similar to the one Miss S did, but narrow. Her vision for her Christmas cupboard door was to create a DIY Christmas card holder – a place to hang all the wonderful Christmas cards that are received. Take a peek at her past projects HERE.

Miss E with her Christmas Cupboard Door Project Before Makeover | prodigalpieces.com

First, she began by hand sanding the center panel after we had taped off the frame. She also love to leave some of the original wood shine, and would focus on the center panel.

Sanding Cupboard Door to Prepare it for Paint | prodigalpieces.com

Next, after wiping it clean, Miss E applied two coats of a flat black paint with the Stubby Brush as well, letting cure in between. Just note, no special chalkboard paint is needed to make a chalkboard. Basic flat black paint works just as well. You can see how I’ve used it in all my past chalkboard projects HERE.

Painting Chalkboard Cupboard Door | prodigalpieces.com

While the paint was curing she painted a “J” and a “Y” from a set of chipboard letters in a red color. Her idea was to create JOY on the top of her Christmas cupboard door project, but the “O” would be a wreath.

Painting Christmas JOY letters | prodigalpieces.com

To make the “O” we found a new swag of faux greenery at the thrift store and cut a few pieces off to make a mini wreath.

Clipping Greens for DIY Christmas Card Holder | prodigalpieces.com

Last, in order to hang the Christmas cards, we drilled a few holes with my drill around the frame and strung up twine and clothes pins.

Drilling DIY Christmas Card Holder | prodigalpieces.com

Here’s Miss E’s DIY Christmas card holder all ready to receive the beautiful mailed gifts.

DIY Chalkboard Christmas Card Holder Made from Upcycled Cupboard Door | Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #diy #handmade #christmas #home #homedecor #homedecorideas

Upcycled Christmas Card Holder Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

The chalkboard backing on this Christmas cupboard door makes it fun to add messages. Equally, it makes a great backdrop to display the gifts.

Farmhouse Style DIY Chalkboard Christmas Card Holder with Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

The next in rank of my kids is Mr. O. This little guy is my creative mini-me and is always looking for something to work on. I love it! He chose this smaller cupboard door to create DIY snowman art. Also, he has past projects for you to see too. Head HERE.

Mr. O with cupboard door before | prodigalpieces.com

His goal is to show you how to make a decor piece for your home that could also be given as a gift, as well as be hung past the Christmas holiday season thru winter.

We thought it would be fun to create a video tutorial for our new Prodigal Pieces Kids Create project. Who doesn’t love a fun DIY film? If you’re like me, I’m a visual learner and these help so much. Subscribe to my YouTube channel to see our other videos too.


Snowman Cupboard Door Craft List of Supplies by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

Here’s our list of tools and supplies to create this DIY snowman craft:

Materials:

  • a cupboard door or picture frame
  • 3 Styrofoam balls in 3 sizes cut in half – 3″, 2 ½”, 1 ½”“.
  • 1 length of ¼” dowel for snowman nose
  • 3 small buttons
  • 1 ½” circle of black felt cut in half. (this is the snowman’s hat brim)
  • an old bottle cap cut in half (approximately ¾” diameter cap is needed – we used a hot sauce bottle cap)
  • 12″ length of red ribbon (or yarn or felt or scrap fabric)
  • black paint
  • blue paint for background
  • black marker
  • orange marker
  • two small twigs for snowman arms
  • bits of red and green felt (or whatever you’d like use on his hat)

Tools:

First, Mr. O began by painting two coats of paint to the taped off center panel of his cupboard door. He used my Square Brush as it’s his favorite.

Boy Painting Christmas Cupboard Door Craft | prodigalpieces.com

While he let the paint cure in between and after, we worked on the next steps. This is where a parent or adult needs to help a bit.

I used an utility knife to score the 3 Styrofoam balls and twisted to pop them apart.

Cutting Styrofoam Balls | prodigalpieces.com

Next, I used the utility knife to cut a hot sauce bottle cap in half.

Cut Bottle Cap for DIY Snowman Hat | prodigalpieces.com

Mr. O then painted the half of the cap with a flat black acrylic paint and artist’s brush.

Painting Bottle Cap for Snowman Hat | prodigalpieces.com

As you can see in the video, Mr. O sharpened a length of dowel with a pencil sharpener, and then colored it orange. This is for the snowman’s nose. Additionally, I cut off the nose piece using the utility knife.

Cutting Snowman Nose | prodigalpieces.com

He assembled his DIY snowman art using the low-temp hot glue gun. The eyes and mouth were drawn on with a black marker.

DIY Snowman Wall Art on Upcycled Cupboard Door | prodigalpieces.com

After adding the scarf, snowflakes, snow, and text, Mr. O’s DIY snowman wall art is ready to go. We hope you enjoyed his video!

DIY Snowman Art from Upcycled Cupboard Door with Video Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

Handmade Snowman Wall Art with Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

Doesn’t it look cute with all my other handmade and hand-painted snowmen? I think I am slightly smitten with snowmen…tee hee.

Make this Kids Craft Snowman Art with the Video Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

Last, but definitely not least, little Miss J. wanted in on this Christmas cupboard door fun. She couldn’t wait until we were ready to start this project, so she actually did two projects. haha.

Miss J with her Cupboard Door | prodigalpieces.com

For her first project, she picked out a door with a beaded center panel. She fell in love with an upcycled photo holder project I created in this post, and wanted to make one of her own.

First, Miss J. traced a clothespin onto scrapbook paper.

Toddler Creating Memory Photo Holder | prodigalpieces.com

Then, she glued the paper pieces onto the clothespins.

Papering Miniature Clothespins | prodigalpieces.com

Once dry, I helped her glue them onto the bottom edge of the door. Plus, I added a bit of text to the center panel. She says this will make a great grandma/grandpa gift. I agree, don’t you?

DIY Family Photo Holder from Upcycled Cupboard Door by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

Now, because she worked on this before the other kids worked on theirs, she wanted to do a second one so as not to feel left out – per normal toddler behavior, of course. hee hee!  She desperately wanted to paint something for this Christmas cupboard door project. Inevitably, I came up with a DIY cupboard door snowman for her.

First, her desire was to show how she knows how to sand while wearing my protective gear. Just so you know she is posing with the sander off, but she DOES know what she’s doing. Gotta love her tenacity.

Toddler Sanding Cupboard Door | prodigalpieces.com

Next, we used my Stubby Brush to give the bottom portion of the cupboard door one coat of white paint.

Toddler Painting Cupboard Door Snowman | prodigalpieces.com

While the white cured, Miss J. used a black paint on the top half (aka. the snowman’s hat)

Toddler Painting DIY Snowman Hat | prodigalpieces.com

While those paint coats were curing, I cut a scrap piece of wood to be the snowman’s hat and painted it black as well. Meanwhile, it was time to accessorize our snowman. I had plenty of red flannel scrap left from this thrifted sheet I used in my Fourth of July buntings. It would make a perfect scarf.

Cutting Red Flannel Sheet for Snowman Scarf | prodigalpieces.com

Last, she wanted to add snow to the snowman’s hat. Makes perfect sense to me!

Decorating DIY Snowman from Upcycled Cupboard Door by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

Meet Mr. Smile, a happy-go-lucky snowman ready to celebrate the holidays with you! You can’t help but smile at him, right?!

Upcycled Cupboard Door Snowman with Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

DIY Cupboard Door Snowman Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

I whittled a broken rake handle into a point, while Miss J. painted it orange and used some brown wax to highlight. To set it in, we used a forstner bit in my drill to make a recessed spot and hot glued it in place. We also used a permanent marker to make the flannel scarf look plaid. And, his hat has a couple of cut felt holly leaves and a few thrifted toggle buttons as berries too. So fun!

Create this Upcycled Snowman Art with the Tutorial by Prodigal Pieces Kids Create | prodigalpieces.com

I must say he looks right cute nestled in to my DIY velour Christmas trees. (tutorial for those HERE)

Create this DIY Cupboard Door Snowman with this Tutorial by Larissa of Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #diy #handmade #christmas #home #homedecor #homedecorideas #gifts #giftideas

In conclusion, my kids’ and my goal was to inspire all ages to give DIY a try. We had fun creating as well as sharing our ideas with you. Which one is your favorite?

Each one of my kids’ Christmas cupboard door projects are available for purchase in my online shop. They can’t wait to see where they end up. (that’s a built-in homeschool geography lesson, ya know. tee hee!)

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Do pin and share these Christmas cupboard door projects to save them for creating with your own little people. Likewise, you’ll be inspiring parents to take time to make memories with their children.

Hey Kids (& Parents)! You'll have a blast creating this Upcycled Christmas Cupboard Door Projects for your home and as gifts | Free Printables and Video Tutorial too | Get the DIY details at Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #diy #handmade #gifts #giftideas #christmas #kids #home #homedecor #homedecorideas #video #tutorial

Up next, this thrifted play table set is about to get a complete makeover for our Furniture Fixer Upper day. Stay tuned!

Winne the Pooh Kids Play Table Before Makeover by Prodigal Pieces | prodigalpieces.com

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42 Comments

  • Tamara Creel

    Adorable!

    November 27, 2018 at 6:16 am Reply
    • Larissa

      Thank you on behalf of all of us, Tamara.

      November 27, 2018 at 6:28 am Reply
  • Debra

    The kids did a fabulous job. I love each and every one of their projects.

    November 27, 2018 at 6:17 am Reply
    • Larissa

      They worked hard and it shows. Thank you, Debra.

      November 27, 2018 at 6:29 am Reply
  • Janette

    You must be super proud of each and every one of your wonderful children Larissa, they are amazing and your eldest son will be a heartbreaker for sure….xx

    November 27, 2018 at 7:04 am Reply
    • Larissa

      I am. They each delight me to now end and working with them is a dream come true. Thank you.

      November 27, 2018 at 2:12 pm Reply
  • Sheryl Danner

    You have brilliant, creative, and very talented children!

    November 27, 2018 at 8:20 am Reply
    • Larissa

      Aww…thank you, Sheryl! I am a proud mama.

      November 27, 2018 at 2:13 pm Reply
  • Claudia Hughes

    Such wonderful, creative talented children..just like momma.

    November 27, 2018 at 8:34 am Reply
    • Larissa

      All of us say, Thank you! 😀

      November 27, 2018 at 2:13 pm Reply
  • Naomi Tyndale

    Certainly no lack of creativity in your house!

    November 27, 2018 at 9:19 am Reply
    • Larissa

      I feel so blessed that they are even interested. Thank you!

      November 27, 2018 at 2:13 pm Reply
  • Judy Newell

    Your children are all as talented as you. These are memories that they will never forget. Great parenting. Larissa! You have so much to be proud of.

    November 27, 2018 at 9:55 am Reply
    • Larissa

      This is truly a time in my life I am savoring. Thank you for the love, Judy.

      November 27, 2018 at 2:14 pm Reply
  • Renee P

    What a bunch of talented kids you have! You must be super proud of all of them! The apple doesn’t fall far from the the tree with any of them does it!

    November 27, 2018 at 10:12 am Reply
    • Larissa

      I certainly am. Thank you for loving on their work. They really worked hard. 🙂

      November 27, 2018 at 2:14 pm Reply
  • Marie B.

    What a wonderful way to start my day – I so enjoyed this post. They all did an amazing job! I’m so impressed Miss J. can use a mouse sander. No favorites because each and every one of them is a fabulous idea and so well done. Love them all!

    November 27, 2018 at 10:51 am Reply
    • Larissa

      Hooray! That’s what we’re all about and we’re delighted to hear it, Marie. Little miss is always right beside me, so she definitely knows her tools. So funny to watch her go!

      November 27, 2018 at 2:34 pm Reply
  • KImmylouwho

    Great fun for the kids and you! Loved all their projects! Congrats, Kids, on your beautiful results!

    November 27, 2018 at 10:51 am Reply
    • Larissa

      Oh yes! I had so much fun from the planning to the staging. Thank you so much from us all.

      November 27, 2018 at 2:34 pm Reply
  • Robyn Wright

    Your gene pool is strong in your children. Either with looks and/or artistic talent. FABULOUS projects and oh so cute! Good job Kids!

    November 27, 2018 at 11:51 am Reply
    • Larissa

      Thanks so much, Robyn! It’s funny you say that as often times people have thought my husband is my brother because we look alike. haha!

      November 27, 2018 at 2:35 pm Reply
  • Michelle Cotter

    Every single project is so cute! That’s a talented bunch you have! Of course with you as a role model…😘 but the tiny one is not not so tiny anymore, I remember when she was still in a high chair!😮
    Thank them for the inspiration.

    November 27, 2018 at 11:52 am Reply
    • Larissa

      They ARE getting so big. sniff… Thank you for the love and encouraging words. Hugs! They are reading it all.

      November 27, 2018 at 2:35 pm Reply
  • Tracey Hiebert

    What great projects!!!! They take right after their gifted parents! You tell them they all did such wonderful jobs!
    Love Tracey

    November 27, 2018 at 12:37 pm Reply
    • Larissa

      They are reading all the love here and it is so wonderful to see them blossom. Thank you, Tracey.

      November 27, 2018 at 2:36 pm Reply
  • Laura

    You (and your kids) are amazing! Love all of their projects!

    November 27, 2018 at 1:38 pm Reply
    • Larissa

      Thanks so much, Laura. I’d be lost without them. 😀

      November 27, 2018 at 2:36 pm Reply
  • Tammy

    LOVE this family fun! Each panel is just as sweet as can be.

    November 27, 2018 at 5:34 pm Reply
    • Larissa

      Happy dance! We had such a great time designing and working on them. Thank you so much!

      November 27, 2018 at 5:51 pm Reply
  • Terri Hughes

    Larissa, your kids did a great job. Love what they came up with for Christmas. Talented, just like their Mom!!!!

    November 27, 2018 at 9:30 pm Reply
    • Larissa

      What a blast it was too. Thanks!

      November 27, 2018 at 9:45 pm Reply
  • olga Kosynska

    Guys, its incredible! I enjoy reading and looking at all your projects! Larissa, your kids are so talented! You know how they talk about the ‘blue’ royal blood? I think the special creative ‘diy’ type of blood runs in your entire family 😉 well done!

    November 27, 2018 at 10:18 pm Reply
    • Larissa

      You are so very sweet! Thank you so much for the lovin’ on all their hard work.

      November 28, 2018 at 4:28 pm Reply
  • Mary

    Larissa you should be so proud of your kids. They call came up with such great projects that are fun and easy to make. The apple does not fall far from the tree. Bless them all, especially Little Miss J who tackled 2 projects!!!

    November 28, 2018 at 10:53 am Reply
    • Larissa

      You know I am and more than anything feeling so blessed. Thank you so much, Mary! Yes, little J is a hoot!

      November 28, 2018 at 4:29 pm Reply
  • Amy

    These are wonderful! Every single one of them! I would proudly display them in my home year after year! You’re a good Mama, and you’re raising wonderful kids! God Bless and hope you all have the Best Christmas EVER!!!

    November 28, 2018 at 1:32 pm Reply
    • Larissa

      Such sweet words you have for them and me, Amy. Thank you and Merry Christmas!

      November 28, 2018 at 4:29 pm Reply
  • Debra A Wise

    Oh my goodness, how adorable! I love all of their projects! They are as talented as their mama. Tell them all they did an amazing job!

    November 28, 2018 at 5:46 pm Reply
    • Larissa

      You are so sweet to say so, Debra. Thank you!

      November 29, 2018 at 6:58 am Reply
  • christy

    Your children are all so beautiful and what a priceless gift you’ve given them! I couldn’t choose if I had to, they are all amazing!! XOXO

    November 29, 2018 at 9:25 am Reply
    • Larissa

      You are so sweet, Christy. Thank you!

      November 29, 2018 at 9:52 am Reply

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