wow! you must be so proud - he's quite talented. i've never seen homemade guitars like that. very cool! btw, been missing you at the oasis! :)
Even if you could not play them, they are beautiful works of art.Your son is a doll :-). I am sure you being his mom has something to do with that :-).
This was so cool and a great idea! I really like the sitar one... I'm thinking my son, (who reminds me of your son btw) would be interested in this. I'll have to send him this link. He too is always inventing stuff and playing whatever he picks up.Tell your son "Great Job".and I too miss you at the Oasis :-)Doreen
Thanks Stacy! I need to wander back over to the Oasis. I haven't been doing any mandalas lately, becoming a bit obsessed with crochet and embroidery. lolAnnie, thank you. I would love to take the credit for how cool he is. heheDoreen, Nick would be happy to know that your son is checking them out. I miss you guys, too. I need to go over there and see what's going on. :)
Groovin' to the jam baybee!!!!lol..how nifty!!peace, Kai
WAY COOL! Very talented. My "little boy" just recently turned 17! But as you know I still have the little guy, so I can go through all that growing all over again. Thanks for sharing and Happy fall!
These guitars are really cool. Your son is very talented and creative. I am going to share this video with some guitar playing friends.:-)
Kai Groove on! :)Darcy, my younger son is 16. I'm glad there's not a younger one. lolThanks Gemma. Nick will be so happy to hear that!Flassie, that was happening to me, too and then Nick told me that it just wasn't loading all the way so you have to start over. It's kind of a pain, I know! Thanks so much for letting me know it happened to you so I could pass it on. I hadn't thought to warn everyone about that.
Wow, I am sooooo impressed. He is awesome and so creative! Has he shown these off at Kelly's Music? I bet they would love to see them.
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