Hey that sort of rhymes :D
It was Thanksgiving day and a day full of kids’ craft activities at the Harbourfront!
We actually didn’t know that there was so much fun stuff going on, we went mainly to see the floating chopstick noodle bowl my friend Jenn and I made in the summer for Wise Daughters’ community yarnbombing project :D! It was exhibited at the Junction Design Crawl and moved to Harbourfront for the weekend :D
We also learned to make pompoms under the pompom tree (Learned how to use the donut-shaped template! Magical how it works!).
We didn’t make paper quilts, but I thought it looked so beautiful swaying in the wind.
Then there was the Lego mosaic project. In conjunction to that there was an exhibition about cross stitch and cross stitch-inspired Lego art.
Here’s the cross stitch.
Here’s the cross stitch-inspired Lego art :D
Mike’s Lego mosaic masterpieces.
Then my friend inspired us to try something new — canoeing! (okay, it was only new to me, Mike’s learned to canoe before and I think my friend has too) Despite the canoeing site being a 3‑feet deep man-made pond, it was a pretty big deal for me because I’ve never canoed before.
I even managed to snap a photo without dropping my phone into the water :D
After that I felt so good about myself I thought I could start dragonboating!
(Maybe… sometimes in the future.)
Have a great start to the week, everyone!