We’ve also been busy creating these simple watercolour word art projects in the last couple of days ... This is Cambri’s future dog ❤️ I’m in love ❤️ When watercolours blend, the outcome is always unique and beautiful! Just like anything else, these can be totally customized with a name, a birthday, a favourite quote,… Continue reading Watercolour Word Art
Mackenzie and I have been dabbling with some banners in the last week or so! Though I was thinking of creating something winter-ish, she thought it might be better to do “Love Y’all.” There’s been a lot “y’all” talk around here lately for some reason (much to my husband’s dismay), so I went with it!… Continue reading Burlap Banners!!!
A couple of weekends ago, we collected some leaves from our yard and created these beautiful clay leaf bowls. You can find and follow the instructions provided here. We were really impressed with how easily the texture from the leaves transferred to the clay! The final product is definitely a bit delicate, so be careful!… Continue reading Clay Leaf Bowls
My first fun, rest and relax project of the summer was colouring this page from my Psalm colouring book! I did the letters with markers, but for the rest I used Crayola’s Watercolour Pencils ... watercolour pencils are AMAZING! You may remember my Watercolour Poppies from last fall! These pencils can be used wet or… Continue reading Watercolour Pencil Colouring
This fun process art activity involved finding a nice bee to colour on supercoloring.com, colouring it with some oil and chalk pastels, then cutting it out. The background “beehive” is created using paint on bubble wrap and stamping your paper! Original inspiration from Pinterest, but there was only a photo to go by (no link… Continue reading Bee Art
Yesterday, the girls and I hosted a couple of friends for our first "Art on the Patio" session of the summer. I always WANT to make time for these special projects, but, truthfully, they don't always happen! Thus, I "booked" our sessions in this year and invited friends over for some extra accountability! We had… Continue reading Hummingbird Art
This is a super simple and satisfying art project to do with kids ... the result is AMAZING! All you need is a black oil pastel for the outline of the butterfly and some cheap watercolour paints (I just used Crayola)! Here’s the link for complete instructions. I took a few minutes to make this… Continue reading Watercolour Butterfly
Good afternoon! I had a few minutes this afternoon to prep a little St. Patrick’s Day “package” for you all 🙂 I'm not super into St. Patrick's Day, but I do like a good excuse to do something "fresh" or outside the "ordinary," so I will capitalize! Here are some possibilities for you this week… Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day Fun!
It’s been cold here in Saskatchewan, so we’ve been keeping busy inside! Madilyn spent a lot of time recently creating all of these drawings on some giant paper! She’s pretty proud of her work! She followed the Art Hub for Kids drawing tutorials! They’re awesome, so be sure to check them out!
Mackenzie’s been busy the last few days drawing people like this ... She’s been following how to draw tutorials from the Draw So Cute YouTube channel ... check it out here. It looks like there’s tons of tutorials to choose from!