Wordless Wednesday {Linky}

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Angela V

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Hi, my name is Angela van Tijn and I live in Vancouver, Canada with my wonderful husband, our two boys and our puppy. I am the founder and primary contributor behind One Smiley Monkey. Welcome to my blog!

35 responses to “Wordless Wednesday {Linky}”

  1. What a great idea! Makes such cute artwork! I should do something like that with my son….

  2. Awhhh…so cute, I remember when my kids used to make sweet pictures like that.

  3. Aw, sweet!

  4. Hmm… I thought today was only Tuesday.

    • Mag Wordless Wednesday Linkys are posted on Tuesdays usually so everyone can get their link ups and ready for Wednesday 😉

  5. What a neat art project! The boys did one similar to this for their dad for Father’s Day with a special poem; he loved it!

  6. Awww I love that you did his feet too!

  7. Cute! I don’t think my feet were ever that small. ^.^

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  8. What a great shot! That is such a wonderful keepsake.

  9. Awww….cute!!!

  10. Precious!

  11. umg. that’s so similar to my childhood ♥

  12. I have never been able to get my kids to participate in a hand/foot paint project. Yours looks awesome!

  13. Absolutely sweet!

  14. Oh I love it.

  15. Hehe my fridge was empty for a long time, but finally we’re getting some character with the grandson’s artwork. 😉

  16. Oh how sweet!

  17. I love the footprints.

    Have a great WW!

  18. Great idea and completely different 🙂

    Thanks for stopping by and linking up 😉

  19. Thanks for this great idea! Especially for Mother’s Day!

  20. so adorable:)

  21. Love the feet too!

  22. May 2- If I just got my act together, I could make some finger paint from recipes on the Internet and get my ggson to do some finger and toe painting before I bath him. I think he would really love it. He loves anything creative or fun-really typical little boy.-el03ro

  23. My son is almost 15, but I bet I could convince him to finger paint with me. Those are great pictures.

  24. How sweet! Makes a treasured memory for later.

  25. Thank you everyone for the sweet comments 🙂 It was fun to do with him and really fun to treasure for many years!

  26. So cute! It would be a great piece to frame as a keepsake.

  27. cute, I can do this with my grandchildre

  28. My most treasured and adored pictures/crafts my son made were his hand/foot prints. They still hang on the wall, and he’s 16 now lol. My baby girl will not allow paint anywhere on her hands/feet…maybe in time.

  29. I remember the ones my kids made,I have them stored in a scrapbook…my treasures

  30. I have some sheets with my kids hands put away in a scrapbook,wow there over 30 years

  31. A great idea and now you have on record the size of his hands and feet, I’ll bet that astonishes him now that they were ever so small 🙂

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