Valentine’s Fun!

Even though Valentine’s day was a few days ago, I’ve been having some technical difficulties. Now that all of that is hopefully fixed I can now share with you all my fun filled Valentine’s. Since Valentine’s day fell on a weekday we had a little gift exchange.

My significant other got me a bag of my favorite candy, a neat deadpool chimichanga blind bag, and a metal earth 3D U.S.S. Enterprise model kit. I’m saving my model kit for a different post.I also got a cute little dinosaur valentine from my boyfriend’s son. I decided to open up my chimighanga and see what awesome deadpool things were inside.

Once you open up this orange packaging you get a foil wrapped chimighanga!

Each chimichanga comes with 2 stickers, a deadpool figure, and accessories for said figure

Afterwards I found out that all the chimichangas are themed around the deadpool figure. I got the pig deadpool!!!!

After present time, I cooked up some delicious chicken fajitas for dinner. I dont really do anything special just cut everything up and cook it. I then lay everything out on the table taco bar style. Needless to say, they were a big hit.

The other half of my Valentine’s was on Saturday, my boyfriend took me out to a very delicious dinner at the Cracker Barrel. He also got me a whole bunch of those yummy candy sticks from the gift shop.

I also got another little baggie of goodies from my mom. Which included more candy and a Treasure X dig kit which I will also include in a separate post.

Until then I’m going continue to rest up. All the snow shoveling has begun to take its toll on my back.

Paint by Stickers

Here is another puzzle book that I have been into for a while. Its called paint by stickers. It’s fairly simple, you start on the page you wish to fill in and locate its (usually 2) page of stickers.

After that it basically a color by number. Each sticker corresponds to a specific spot on the puzzle. The twist is that you also need to figure out the correct orientation of sticker. So as you start placing stickers

And filling in all the spaces

You eventually see your picture.

Despite the simple instructions, these puzzles are actually tedious at times. Once the piece is pressed into place it really cant be pulled up and removed so orientation and taking your time in placing each stick is very important.

And the final picture looks something like this. Most of these books have a minimum of 12 puzzles per book. If you are looking for a twist on a classic puzzle or just something new in general, Paint by Stickers is definitely something you should try!