Robot Valentines Day Box

Valentine’s Day Card Box

My son had his Valentine’s Day party at school this week and he wanted to make a robot box for collecting the cards. We gathered¬†the boxes that we had available (which weren’t many because we get a little obsessive about recycling them at times) and he figured out which ones would work for his design.
Boxes used for Valentine's Day box
He came up with the design on his own, but I did help a bit with the execution of the design. When we were beginning to work on it, he looked up at me and said, “Hey, you could put this on your blog!” He was right! This was a very creative endeavor, and I had never made such an ambitious plan for a Valentine’s Day box when I was a kid. I mostly stuck to either a brown paper bag or a shoe box with hearts on it. I love seeing so much creativity and excitement in my son.

We started with the selected boxes and cut out the holes for the cards to be dropped in. Parts that were cut out from the shoe box were glued onto the front of the box used for the body to give it some visual interest. Continue reading

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Yes, “Havig” :)

Welcome to Havig It All!

My name is Rhonda Havig (hence the clever blog title) and I am excited to share with you ways to add creativity to your life.

I have a full-time job outside the home and am a wife and mother. I know that finding time for creativity can be a challenge and seeing some of the amazing things other people have done on various blogs, Pinterest, etc. can be intimidating.

For the past couple of years I have been having a bit of a crafting adventure trying different arts and crafts to see what works for me. Now I want to share with you what I have learned so you can see what works for you and we can all have loads of fun making things from doodles on scrap paper to handbags.