Tag Archives: Art

It’s Curtains for You, kid!


  No, REALLY! Curtains for our classroom! What did you think I meant? Lol!   I would really like to take a moment to thank all of you that posted and re-posted such kind words about my school on your Facebook. It actually made me tear up to know that TK has such a fan Read More →

KT’s Ferris Wheel

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One of my favorite 5 year old artists was drawing a ferris wheel for her dad. She drew the wheel complete with spokes and seats and even a hub (Pretty amazing I thought…but then, I never cease to be amazed by this child). Then she drew herself and her dad, and a beautiful blue sky, Read More →

Metal Detecting, Manzanita and Moss


Bob and I took our little Rosebug out to the mountains just east of Cibbets Flats to do a little metal detecting. I was very impressed with how the ‘Bug has picked up Bob’s methods…she is like his little “mini-me” when it comes to metal detecting. She sweeps the metal detector until she hears a Read More →

Step-by-step Blythe’s Christmas gift

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This is the step-by-step of how I created Blythe’s Christmas present, although I didn’t take quite as many photos during the “process” as I did when I was creating Ashleigh’s present. If you want to see a more detailed step-by-step of the process, you can look at the blog about Ashleigh’s gift.  I will also post Read More →

Step-by-step, how I drew Ashleigh’s Christmas present

Framed and ready to gift! It was well received (or at least she faked it well!)

For those who are interested, this is a step-by-step on how I created this piece of art. I will also include links to the materials and supplies I used, at the bottom of the page, if you’re interested. I hope you enjoy! I use an Ottlite task light for lighting up the specific area I am drawing. Read More →