We always start our children’s birthdays with waking them up holding a birthday donut/kolache lit up with candles and singing to them! Ella’s birthday was on a school day so it was too early for her to wake up!
|trying to wake up…!|
|blowing out her six candles!|
Then our kids get to bust through lots of crepe paper to get to the kitchen to eat their breakfast treat!
At breakfast, the kids get to read their birthday cards from me and James and open a couple presents. I don’t remember when, but somehow, (I just can’t imagine why?!?) James and I turned making homemade birthday cards for our kids into a competition. This year, I’m pretty sure I won. 😉 I might have spent some extra time on the crafting blogs and found a super fun idea! So, here are our cards…(mine is the super cute one…okay, they are both cute, but mine is the bigger one and bigger is always better, right?!) We both chose Tangled cards because Ella will be having a Tangled party on Saturday!
Now here is why mine is so fun: I found this blog where it showed how to make a “scratch off card”. So easy too! I made the windows on the tower scratch-offs for Ella to use a coin and see who is in each window!
|scratching, scratching, scratching…|
Look who is in the tower!
|“I love mommy’s card best!” jk, she didn’t say that, but she might of been thinking it. 😉|
Ella with one of her presents!
|here’s to hoping I didn’t just give Ella a future of cavities!|