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How To Make a Littlest Pet Shop Bakery – Template

How To Make a Littlest Pet Shop Bakery – Template

I have mentioned the slight obsession my daughter has with Littlest Pet Shops.  She was looking through one of her pamphlets that she got with her Pet Shops for Christmas and found “The Bakery!”  She asked every day of her vacation to make the Pet Shop Bakery.  I finally caved and said okay we will … Continue reading

Littlest Pet Shop Catepillar Cake…

When your daughter is turning 5, has a HUGE obsession with Littlest Pet Shops and you ask what kind of cake do you want for your birthday – be prepared for the obvious answer a Littlest Pet Shop Cake.  I will say I set guidelines for this cake (no birds) because I didn’t want something … Continue reading

Littlest Pet Shop Twisty Slide…

Anyone who follows this blog knows my daughter has a Littlest Pet Shop Obsession.  This new project takes the cake.  I went to the Dollar Store a couple days ago and saw a LPS Coloring Book, so I got it for her.  She has been talking non-stop about a twisty slide and ladder for her … Continue reading

Busy, Busy, Busy!

Well in the past 3 days I have been busy in a good way! I finally finished the Sea Turtle last night (YAY!) I started making another Travel Fish Game and another Travel Checkers Game. I also have some ideas for a Flower Game and a Lady Bug Game. My to do list is growing … Continue reading

Started Planting Seeds!

Since it is officially the Second Day of Spring and it is raining, Jillian and I made a sign wishing everyone a Happy 1st Day of Spring! She also made Littlest Pet Shops out of play dough. Yesterday was a busy day outside! Jeff and I painted the shutters on the house green. Jillian helped … Continue reading

My fondness of murals…

Every since I was a kid I have had a fondness of wall and ceiling murals. I have done numerous research projects on Michelangelo and the Sistine Chapel and I have painted several murals. My first was on the side of my garage with the help of my grandma, I was in the 3rd grade. … Continue reading