See their tool belts. They worked in the wood shop today. See picture below for what E made. Sorry the second picture is dark. Maybe you can see it well enough.
(see that snow still laying around)
E got lots of tools for Christmas. All those screwdrivers in that "caddy" he made are his. He's so proud, as am I.
How fun....and you get some alone time too....ReplyDelete
My dad started my brother at a young age with the woodworking. He can now build just about anything. It's a very valuable skill to have!ReplyDelete
How cool is that!! Are you teaching him to sew, too? Wish I had done that with my boy!ReplyDelete
LOL>> I wish I had been taught some woodworking skills. Then I could build the shelves and table I want.ReplyDelete
At least I learned to sew in high school..cause no one thought to teach me at home. I definitely think you should teach E to sew too!
My grandson just loves tools. I don't know why his parents even buy him toys.ReplyDelete
What great gifts for young men!ReplyDelete
That is just the coolest. I love when the guys spend time together to make something. WTG to both of them. What will E be making next? HugsReplyDelete
Wonerful! Those are precious moments E and your Husban are sharing. Great job on the screw driver caddy E. Keep it up nxt thing you know you'll be making furniture!ReplyDelete
What a nice caddy for his screwdrivers!!! Good job, E!!!ReplyDelete
And the crafting bug is passed on,ReplyDelete
OH they are so cute together in that top photo!ReplyDelete
His tool caddy is very good.
...I wish I knew how to use tools...
That is way too cute. What a pair. nice job your young man did!!! What a hobby to get into:)ReplyDelete
Whoa don't you look the business.
Hey E I could do with one of thos for my gadgets for quilting......:-) are you taking orders????? You could sell those on your mums etsy shop....go for it I say.
every boy needs time with dad....he is a lucky boy....love his tool caddy too!ReplyDelete