Mackenzie and I created these this week! Such a neat project ... I love the result! So much texture! Mackenzie’s Polar Bear My Polar Bear For instructions on how to create this masterpiece, click here. And, of course, if you create a polar bear of your own, please share photos with us!
The girls and I puttered away at these cute little gingerbread houses the last couple of days ... Here’s the website we got the free printable from ... http://ayeletkeshet.com/printable-gingerbread-house-template-to-color/ We’d love to see YOUR gingerbread houses if you create some!
Worked on this poppy watercolour project today with Mackenzie … these are water colour pencils that we bought at the dollar store … I ❤️ them!
Yesterday, while playing around with my camera outside, I noticed A LOT of fallen trees. This inspired me to create a small token of remembrance for “The Fallen.” The background is one of the photos I took. The foreground hosts some simple fingerprint poppies … I used green paint markers for the stems. #lestweforget2020
Not too long ago, a good friend of mine lost her father to cancer ... I had no idea how to console her ... no idea how to let her know I was thinking of her during this difficult time ... I desperately wanted to create something meaningful ... something thoughtful ... something that would… Continue reading Let His Light Shine
This tree took a few days to finish ... but was a fun process ... we painted the background and the tree, as well as some papers to snip for the leaves ... then Mackenzie arranged her leaves as she liked ... Mackenzie’s Fall Tree You can find full instructions for this project here: http://www.thatartistwoman.org/2016/09/autumn-collage-tree.html?m=1… Continue reading Mackenzie’s Fall Tree
Cambri gets in on the creative action over here as well ... She loves to colour, paint, use stickers, glue, and cut ... Here are a few of her recent creations: Cambri’s Creations Our favourite website for colouring pictures is supercoloring.com! Tons of options to choose from and super printer-friendly!
A couple of weeks ago, for my weekly read aloud, we read a story that originated from Japan. When I dug around for some Japanese artists, Yayoi Kusama's name came up ... here's a couple of examples we created based on her creations ... I personally love how colourful they are! Mrs. Hintz's Yayoi Kusama-Inspired… Continue reading Pumpkins!!!
This is one of Madilyn's recent creations. I believe they did a similar project at school. She prepared the background one day, then added her silhouette trees and the colourful leaves the next day!
This is Madilyn's dragasaur. The pink clouds at the top are made out of cotton candy. This dragasaurus breathes out blue cotton candy. His back is lined with a long row of colouful lollipops because he is a candy dragasaurus. He has a pink gumball eye and pink gumball claws. Madilyn's Dragasaurus