Duncan cleaned out the mice cage again so we took the opportunity to get some more pics for his science project. Those babies are getting cuter all the time. Having a full coat of fur is a definite improvement in the looks department. LOL. I think the little black one is still my favourite. Thought the little brown one is pretty cute too. Aren't they tiny? Their eyes are open ~ we think. They're so small it's kinda hard to tell... Unfortunately there are only 3 little white babies left. There were 4 last Sunday when we cleaned the cage. There's no sign of a dead body. We've learnt that sometimes under stress a Mummy mouse will eat her young ~ so maybe that's what happened. Maybe cleaning the cage is stressful on the mice. It's getting done anyway; they get rather smelly after a week.
Duncan's worked on his science project quite a bit this weekend. We've printed lots of pics, because apparently he's not allowed to take the live mice in to the school.
And I got to do a little scrapbooking today.
I participated in a challenge at www.scrapcentral.ca We were challenged to find 1. a patterned paper 2. two cardstocks 3. eyelets and 4. ribbon ...
This is what I came up with.
The patterned paper is by STEMMA, as is the resin sticker and the clip on the photo. Flowers are Prima. I used different coloured eyelets as flower centers. I love how this page turned out.
I also participated in an 'altered' challenge at scrapbookchalet.com I created this altered door hanger for my scraproom, using mostly Sassafrass Lass product. It pretty much sums up my room!