The first set of crayons that we got for our daughter was a set of regular crayons. It was only a matter of brief time before I had to spend an afternoon scrubbing as hard as I could to get long blue and red streaks off the closet door in our apartment whilst Kiddo looked … Continue reading Art with Toddlers: Washable Crayons
My husband and I have a running joke. When someone does or says something funny, one of us will say “That’s gonna be a comic” and then one or the other of us will run off to write the funny thing down on our ‘comic board’ (which is just a large paper pinned to a … Continue reading Comic Series: The Toddler Diversions
A thing I made with stuff I had! 😀
Some ideas for summer fun!
All you really need for some good clean splashy fun is a brush, a tiny bit of water in a bucket, and...
I am not a voracious reader these days. Partly because, when I find a good book I like, I HAVE to read it, preferably all in one or two days and everything else can just wait. (Cue laundry piles magically multiplying overnight and all the dishes in the neighborhood congregating in my sink. I may … Continue reading Reading Suggestion : The Curate’s Awakening by George MacDonald
Even if I weren’t all that interested in art books, I am fairly convinced I would still like this one. The Art of Botanical & Bird Illustration, by Mindy Lighthipe, is just such a pretty book! This is one of those thorough, technical, detailed art books - the kind that just confirms a little more … Continue reading Book Review: The Art of Botanical & Bird Illustration