Hello! I’m so glad you’re here 😀 ❤ This month, I’m focusing on Christmas/winter on my blog! My content has been festively curated so that YOU get to have awesome, winter-y content bringing holiday cheer to your Reader all December long. ❤
Today I’m sharing a funny photoshoot with you! I haven’t done one of these in a while, so it’s time for a brand new one. It’s gonna be a lot of fun!
If you haven’t seen one of my photoshoots before, check out these beauts:
- a photoshoot I did with my Starbucks frappuccino.
- the Reese’s cup photo session my brother helped me with.
- how about a Chick-Fil-A lemonade photoshoot? one starred in my post here!
- and of course, the Irish book series that will forever hold a special place in my heart ❤ haha
Now that you’re well-acquainted with my expansive, funny photoshoot history ( 😉 ), it’s time to enjoy today’s!
a photoshoot with my felt snowman ☃️
Once upon a time, Maggie was decorating her room for the holidays. One of these decorations was a DIY felt snowman kit she thought would be fun to put together. So, bright and early on the morn’ of December 1st (okay, it was 11 AM tehe), she brought this snowman to life.
This is the story of Seymour the snowman.
Ahhh. Humble beginnings, non? haha
In the pics that follow, you’ll see how I captured Seymour in different poses with various funny faces. Let’s see how they turned out!
#4: why, THANK you!
AND NOW… the final Seymour…
Ta-da!!! He’s waving at all of you lovely blog readers!
Here’s Seymour’s backstory: he loves wintertime and all things Christmas-y! When he found out he was going to get to be part of my Christmas decor (AND a blog post all about him, which he thinks is a tremendous honor), Seymour was the happiest snowman ever.
Seymour was part of a big family growing up, which is a lot of fun in so many ways! However, sometimes he felt like his individuality wasn’t very strong. When you grow up with a lot of siblings, it’s important to feel noticed and spend time with people who appreciate your company and love you for who you are! When Seymour realized he’s special and unique in his own way, his personality started to grow and his happiness was evident to all.
Seymour’s experience is something I relate to in my own life! Being the oldest of five kids is a big responsibility and has several positives. Along the way, I’ve found how important it is to recognize who I am as an individual. I have an important role to play in our family, which I can do most effectively when I’m thriving emotionally! ❤ So that’s our encouragement to you today!
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