Tuesday, 15 June 2010

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~ Patriotic crafting at Nursery ~
No doubt inspired by this. Not the best shot ever, I know, but he was so proud of his artwork and it wasn't easy to get him to stand still!
It's the flag of England (the red cross of St. George), in case you were unsure!

11 comments:

humel said...

lol! I could tell :-) Good lad! xx

The Quintessential Magpie said...

That is SO sweet! I love it that he made a patriotic flag!

I have the Union Jack flying in a blog post today, but it's not nearly as good of a picture as that cute DS and his flag. ;-)

XO,

Sheila :-)

Heather said...

Bless him!! Good job xx

Denise said...

Bless him , and he looks like he is studying it so intently- let's hope his flag brings a better performance from the team on Friday !

Lizzie said...

What a great photo - definitely a "keeper"! He's so intent on that little flag he has made and you can see by the expression in his eyes, that it's something important.
You don't need the whole face in the shot to capture an expression.. in this case "the eyes (definitely) have it"!

Cheryl said...

Aww good lad x

Amy said...

I could tell too :-)

I love pre-school for all of the lovely crafting delights - that I don't have to do at home - beware when you have to rotate some to the recycle bin though, under the cloak of darkness ok?? ;-)

Bernie said...

What a sweet little boy you have, and yes I could tell it was the flag.......:-) Hugs

Liz said...

So cute and one to keep till he's older. Next time can he make Auntie L a Scottish one!!

Riet said...

What a lovely picture and I can see he is proud of his artwork. Gorgeous.

Sian said...

I knew what it was :) He looks proud and rather pleaded that it matches his shirt.