Thursday, August 27, 2009

sometimes it looked like spilt milk giveaway

My baby E loves to copy me and put the white pieces on the the flannel board as we say this story. He thinks it fun to help and not just sit and listen to the story.

flannel board stories

it looked like spilt milk

This story is an easy one to tell on the flannel board because it doesn't have to go in any order. You can put the pieces up different every time you tell the story.
Although, the beginning and ending should be with the same two pieces.
it looked like spilt milk



Giveaway time:
Because I think this is such a fun story, and it was easy to make. I made an extra and it can be yours. Just leave a comment to this post and I'll draw a winner on Wednesday Sep 2nd.

If you share about this giveaway on your own blog and link back here, then you can receive a second entry in the drawing. (Just be sure to do another comment here to let me know you shared about it.)
I thought I better try and get the word out there this time.

So . . .
for one (1st) entry: leave a comment on this post.
for a 2nd entry: come back and leave another comment saying you shared about it on your blog and linked back here.
. . . . (make sense? Also, make sure I have a way of contacting you if you win, email, or clickable name)


If you don't have a flannel board yet, and you weren't the lucky winner(s) of my flannel board giveaway, you can check out my Etsy shop and get your own flannel board cover. I have put a couple pre-made covers in there.

Yes, I may be a bit too obsessed with flannel board stories right now, but we are sure enjoying them around my house!!

10 comments:

  1. Woo hoo! Count me in. And I'm heading over to the etsy shop to check it out (I am unashamed in my laziness).

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  2. I put the link on my blog too. Hope you get lots of comments!

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  3. you rock. Put my name in there baby yeah. I actually have a big flannel board and we use it on occasion although it has been a while since it was used. You are a good motivator!!

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  4. Hey Edith,

    I am way impressed with all your beautiful creations. Your quilts are awesome. I am also way impressed with your table and chairs. I would never have thought to do something like that. I too love flannel board stories and would love to be entered into your giveaway. I left my "spilt milk" flannel board story in our old nursery and have yet to make a new one :)

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  5. Oh I guess I should have put my name. This is Meg from the good ole Colony days.

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  6. Wow, that looks great. What a nice way to teach kids!

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  7. I would love to win this story! Then I will have an already cut out story for our board!

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