Saturday, 17 October 2015

Explosion in a glitter factory

I bought DGD Eileen a Frozen magazine, it had paints and glitter with it.
Whilst I was struggling to open the paints  (and getting covered in paint), Eileen opened the glitter and dropped it on the kitchen floor!
My whole house now looks like an explosion in a glitter factory, oh the joys of having grandchildren.

7 comments:

Life at Number 38 said...

Haha, that brings back memories. It's the bits that won't wash off your face or out of your hair that used to annoy me. I used to sparkle for days after a glitter activity. xx

Emma said...

Glitter - also known as craft herpes because you just can't get rid of it!

Philip said...

This time next year you will still be finding specks of glitter (unless you move house).

Lyssa Medana said...

There is, or was, a place where you could get envelopes of incredibly fine glitter sent anonymously to someone you didn't like. I bet it was effective! x

Linda Metcalf said...

I bought great granddaughter some glittery fairy wings in the dollar shop....glitter in the car....all over the house! Every now and again I spot some that hasn't gone into the sweeper and I smile.

Hard up Hester said...

I love the phrase craft herpes.

Cherie said...

I wish I could blame kids for the mess. I am the glitter maniac.Several years ago we were told that our work keyboards showed what we did all day. We had to tip them upside downand shake them to see what came out. Mine sprinkled glitter everywhere, Pam's scattered bits of pastry and cake. Catherine's scattered potting compost.....