Sunday, February 4, 2018

Clean Up Your Room!


They always tell me
to clean up my room.
Don't they know I'd rather
ride the broom?

"Tidy your toys!
Hang up your dress!"
They take all the fun
out of making a mess.


Featured: I made my niece and nephew
door signs for their new rooms.
The letters you cannot read
are their names :-)
And I'm also showing Dana's
sign gift wrapped.

63 comments:

  1. The little red caravan is so cute, and the signs beautiful. I'm sure they love their gifts and the poem.

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  2. You always put me in such high spirits, darling Amalia, I heartily thank you!

    Wishing you a most lovely remainder of your Sunday
    and new week ahead

    XOXO Dany

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  3. I love those signs, especially the one with the caravan!
    Those kids look really proud and happy with the signs, lovely.
    Ps: I think Dana has got some real drawing talent!

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  4. You are the best aunt EVER, Amalia! I know they adore you! Such cute wrapping to go with very special name hangings. I love Dana's camper! My grandsons would love the soccer ball. ;) You are just to sweet and creative. Have a wonderful week, Amalia. blessings ~ tanna

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    1. My nephew's soccer ball is custom made in the colors of his team and the number of his favorite player - details are important :-)

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  5. Such great signs, Amalia! You are a clever Auntie!
    Your poem made me smile too ..... so true!
    They look delighted with their gifts, that must make you feel so happy.
    Love the teeny caravan!
    Hugs,
    Barbara xx

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  6. ♥They are so lucky to have you Amalia:)

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  7. They are certainly blessed to have you in their lives, they are adorable.

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  8. Hello, you are so talented. I love the cute door signs. They are sweet kiddies, you are blessed! Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week!

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  9. Love those little signs... especially the one with the little trailer! So cute!

    Tania

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  10. Super cute signs. Lucky niece and nephew.

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  11. Those are really cute. I like the gift wrapping too

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  12. Sweetest signs and sign owners! And your poems just make one smile and feel happy :-)

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  13. Kids look really proud and happy with the signs !!
    Great photos !!
    Happy new week !

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  14. Great signs for your niece and nephew. I'm sure they like the personalized aspects of them. Happy auntie, happy kids!

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  15. ah the kids are so CUTE! :)

    so are your signs :)

    Lucky kids to have such an auntie!

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  16. You are a wonderful and very creative aunt! Your niece and nephew are adorable and getting so big, so fast. I bet they really appreciate their gifts. Ps...love the crocheted blanket behind your niece's sign. I bet you made that, too...

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  17. Very creative auntie you are! I think your nephew must like the soccer ball a lot (my grandsons would), but I am totally smitten by the camper and the garland.

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  18. I can see by their faces they just love them!!

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  19. You are the fun aunt! Such cute signs for their doors they will always remember! Adorable poem and the kiddos are darling.........

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  20. Lovely door signs! And the gift tag is very cute:)

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  21. Very, very sweet, both the poem and the door signs. :-) Have a beautiful week, dear Amalia! Hugs!

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  22. Sweet poem, Amalia and gorgeous signs. I especially love the little caravan.

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  23. Great door signs. I used to dislike being told to go and tidy my room:)

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  24. Very cute - another lovely gift from the perfect Aunt Amalia!

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  25. A great idea for a door sign, I love the tiny, cute caravan. You are such a lovely auntie :-) x

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  26. The signs are really cute and so is your poem! Lucky kids!

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  27. What fantastic gifts you made for them Amalia! As a girl, of course and for reasons that I am not much interested in football I like Dana's better :), but all boys including my Jacob, who by the way practices football, would certainly be taken by the custom sign!

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  28. Amalia, I love the door signs you made for your niece and nephew as I'm sure they do too. What a fun poem!

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  29. Such a nice and thoughtful auntie you are, Amalia! The door signs turned out very nice! Love the poem, too. xx Karen

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  30. How sweet of you to do for your niece and nephew!

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  31. They are growing up so fast. Oh my!! I just love their smiles.
    Have a blessed week my friend!
    Carla

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  32. They look very pleased with their gifts, as they should - they are precious!

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  33. Those sign are so pretty and fun!

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  34. those are really lovely Amalia!! hugs!

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  35. Perfect gifts! I may have to steal that idea as I need a baby gift for the baby who has everything!

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  36. You must be the coolest and most talented aunt ever! And, I can tell that you are oh so loved :)

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  37. What a thoughtfu Auntie you are...I wouldn't mind if you were mind...

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  38. Really cute! Fun poem, too. Thanks!

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  39. Very sweet! I am sure they will treasure their name signs forever.

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  40. So cute, Amalia! You are so talented. I cannot read the Hebrew, so I asked my daughter. She read the top one as Dana, and she thinks the other one is Tomar. xoxo Su

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  41. Lindos trabalhos!
    A embalagem para presentear, um mimo! Com certeza agradou muito!

    Abraços e feliz dia.

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  42. Oh to have a little caravan like the red one.... Lovely! Anna x

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  43. You are just so crafty! How exciting that each niece and nephew get their own bedroom sign, and just the cutest ones ever too! Love the packaging... now cleaning your room isn't that fun, it is always more fun to make a mess when you're a kid, lol!

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  44. Darling signs for lucky children. Your poems are always great. xo ♥

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  45. Unos trabajos estupendos!Feliz fin de semana !💛💛💛

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  46. Those signs are so cute and a great idea for embroidery hoop art. The children are gorgeous with beautiful smiles. "Clean up Your Room" is an apt title for some people around my place too (not looking at anyone in particular ... much!) Haha. A pretty post, Amalia, as usual. xx

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  47. beautiful door signs dear amalia!!!

    she looks so adorable and happy !
    though your nephew looks little serious with it's wonderful soccer sign ,great job my friend

    loved your poem ,so cute and sweet like always :)

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    1. My nephew is trying hard not to smile as he's lost a few milk teeth in recent weeks :-)

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  48. I can read their names and they look fabulous! You are a wonderful auntie.

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  49. Everything's so cute, the children (or would they prefer "the young ones"), the door signs, and your poem. ♥

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  50. Me encantan tus aplicaciones ,, eres una artista amiga ,
    Que tengas un bello dia
    Cariños

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  51. Great post dear. ♥
    If you want you can check out my blog. Maybe we can follow each other and be great blogger friends. :)
    https://belyfashionadress.blogspot.ba/

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  52. Goede tante (good aunty). You are very creative and I love the sweet poem.

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  53. Lovely door signs for your nephew and niece!
    I tidy up and it quickly becomes messy!!
    I imagine your and their talking :)

    akiko
    www.akikohiramatsu.com

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  54. How nice of you to make door signs for your niece's and nephew's room. And I always appreciate your whimsical poems, Amalia.

    ~Sheri

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  55. You are an amazing Aunt! What lucky kids.

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  56. You are such a lovely Auntie to all your nieces and nephews. Super personalised room signs, Dana looks very chuffed with hers. xx

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