Thursday, September 22, 2011

Industrious


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The girls hard at work on their math...

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Chris' creations...
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Busy little sugar crystals...
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Since I've had a few questions about the rock candy...

Here are some directions very similar to ours, but they mention NOT putting it in direct sunlight... whoops!
It made pretty pictures though:)

12 comments:

Drea said...

awe I love the new pics. Did anna get her hair cut?! it was hard to tell because my screen was so dark on my little laptop.

Our Side of the Mountain said...

Love the new banner!

And I was going to ask about the rock candy! I already booked the link. Oldest can make us candy next week when he studies crystals! LOL

Sarah said...

Aww. They are so cute. Great about the rock candy. I will have to try that.

Kelli said...

SO industrial!! Great job. I couldn't get my brain to wrap around the concept so I forfeited this week ;) Looking forward to green next week though.

Jen said...

Ohh, sugar crystals! I've been meaning to try that with my daughter!

Bunch of Barrons said...

Great shots! Love that one of the crystals! :) They look like busy little people...so cute!

Elaine A. said...

Your girls have beautiful hair!! :)

Kinex are GREAT for industrial!

Teresa said...

What a great take on this week's theme. I love the jar in the sun.

Brooke said...

Wow! Love that last one. The direct sunlight makes for lovely shots ;D

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They are so cute. Great shoots

Stacia said...

Little kids holding pencils might just be the cutest thing ever. When do we lose that slightly awkward grip and intense concentration? Heck, when's the last time a grown-up used a pencil regularly?? =>

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