Thursday, January 30, 2014

"Made With Love" Photo Scavenger Hunt Monthly LInky Party

I'm so glad I stumbled upon the Photo Scavenger Hunt at Made With Love.  My boys and I had such a fun time looking all over town when we were out and about for items on the list.  

In fact, they enjoyed it so much that I created a Kids' Photo Scavenger Hunt just for them!  

Here's our pics for the January list:


J is for jar

This is at our local cupcake/candy shop!


1 PM

My mom's Alice in Wonderland clock!





Measurement

At our local coffee shop-This is on the coffee bean roasting machine!




Color

Awesome embroidered boots for sale at a shop that sells wares from local artists.



A corner

This is on one of our bike rides.



Hats

Again from the shop selling for local artists.




Stamp

Mikey's hand after his gymnastics class.



Looking Down

Looking down from the balcony at Joe's Barbeque. 



Crowd

I won't usually come to this grocery store for exactly this reason!






Fruit

My dad's Meyer Lemon tree.



Roof

My dad's greenhouse.




There you have it!  I'm off to post now and find out what the list for February holds.  Enjoy!!



16 comments:

  1. These are great photos, well done! I love your kid's hunt idea too. I like the look of February's list - not too challenging (or it shouldn't be - perhaps I shouldn't speak so soon!).

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    1. Thank you! My boys had so much fun too. I'm looking forward to the next one! :)

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  2. Thanks for taking part in this months Scavenger Hunt, you have added a great group of photos, I really like stamp, jars,crowd. Greenthumb.

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    1. Thank you for hosting! I love seeing everyone's corner of the world. :)

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  3. Really enjoyed looking at your photos ~ great idea with the stamped hand. Everything looks quite magical, starting with the lovely jar display, pretty clock and colourful boots. I'm sure your children will be thrilled hunting for items to photograph..a super pastime, and educational, too. The number of meyer lemons are amazing, and love Mikey's pine cone treasure ~ he's a natural ;)

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  4. So glad you could join us in the hunt :) Love those jars and the amazing cowboy boots. I wish I could grow lemons in this cold corner of England! x

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  5. Lovely photos. I love those jars and the very exotic (to me) lemons. I wonder what you grow in the greenhouse? In uk a greenhouse is always made of glass, some people call them glasshouses, but not normaly, I am not sure why. Great to get the children involved, really gets them looking!

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    1. My dad starts a lot of seeds in there. He also pulls potted plants in when it freezes. Sometimes he'll try rooting from cuttings, and he'll keep them cozy in there. As you can see, he's a handy guy to have around! :)

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  6. I really like your colourful shots which give an insight into life in your corner of the world. I always wanted to live somewhere that lemons grow:) Love the name of your blog and I'm off to have a look around it now.

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  7. What great photos, Elaine! That clock is darling, and would I love to wear those prancy cowgirl boots. I'm so glad that you have joined in the hunt. And what fun to share it with your boys! Natural is my favorite ~ There is nothing more beautiful than the pure face of a young child! Have a good week!

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    1. Thank you! My boys had so much fun hunting up these shots with me!

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  8. How gorgeous your photos are Elaine! So fun. Bright and well positioned! Those sweets look scrummy and I want those boots!!!

    The kids scavenger hunt is a super idea, in fact, I wonder if I could do it with my kids at school? X

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    1. Thank you!!! I think the kids at school would love it! I taught for 14 years and have just stopped to stay home with my boys.

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  9. Great shots. Those sweeties are beautifully displayed and aren't those boots mental? How lovely to be able to grow your own lemons in abundance.

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