Friday, November 26, 2010

wild snowflakes

My little boys are in love with Maurice Sendack's, Where The Wild Things Are.

Brooklyn in particular has quite a soft spot for Max and his misbehaviors...

I found a torn copy of this classic at a thrift store and knew that I would end up putting it to good use.
Last night while making a plethora of paper snowflakes, the thought crossed my mind to make the boys a series of snowflakes using pages from the torn book.

Using a bit of imagination, a sharp pair of scissors and a few sprinkles of glitter,
 I created these wild snowflakes.

I just love them.

(The boys love them too)

(Sebastian's favorite.)
(my favorite.)
(Brooklyn's favorite.)

5 comments:

Cindy Walker said...

I love these!

PEACHES said...

Oh my goodness! I was thinking about doing this with wrapping paper, but these illustrations....wow! These are so fun AND gorgeous. Wow. Wow. Wow.

Love it!

Elisa1 said...

Oh my! These are way cool. The possibilities are endless with a favorite book. I seriously think this post should be featured in a magazine. Maybe you should consider submitting it.

I thought I was being a cool mom this morning when I told my 5 year old that we would make snowflakes today after church. Now my mind is spinning because of your creativeness.

Way, way cool.

Have a sweet day.

Bonnie said...

Oh yes! I definitely love those snowflakes! What a fantastic idea! They are so magical!

Simone said...

This is also one of our favourite books!!!! I love your snowflakes they are wonderful and so innovative!