This past Sunday was absolutely beautiful and the boys came in asking if they could have a lemonade stand (with red kool-aid :)). We haven't had one in a really long time...so out came the card table, chairs, crayons and paper to make signs. Marcel was walking up and down our side walk yelling, "Lemonade, twenty-five cents." I think he was going strong for over a half hour. Our poor neighbor across the street was trying to work in their yard...but would look up and give me a smile every few minutes! A little later a mom came buy walking her two children in her stroller. When she told Marcel she didn't have any money, he was very persistent. "You can go home to get money." She told him she lived kind of far away. "That's okay...you can go home and then drive back." He wasn't going to stop until he closed the sale. Hilarious...and consistent with most conversations with Marcel. He'll keep asking (selling you) on what he wants by asking 100 questions :) I think he may have a future career in sales...
Collin, Marcel and their two friends (Chloe and Logan) were so proud...stayed outside for about 90 minutes and made $9. A productive outing. Thankful for generous neighbors who didn't ask for change!
Now onto the crafty part of my post...I have two quick cards to share using more new PTI goodies...and in honor of A Passion for PaperTrey's current tag challenge. I paired up the tag with some Teresa Collin's Christmas paper. Quick and easy.
While I had this gorgeous paper out, I decided to also play along with the current Mojo Monday sketch. It's a great challenge to highlight this gorgeous DSP.