8 things I’m loving right now ♥️❤️

1) our newish living room rug as a backdrop to our lives (I got it from wayfair.com) showed photos of it a few posts back with the IKEA chairs… 2) roasted sweet potatoes and Brussels sprouts …I also learned that after roasting them you can top with shredded cheese and melt and drizzle on some…

Art Camp 🌈🖍week one

Skye and I had a little art camp here at our art house this past week. We had 5 wonderful kids come and create with us every afternoon. I can’t tell you how happy it made me to see them creating, and then to see the finished products!! Truly delightful. We are having 2 more…

❤️♥️💗my current loves and obsessions (many!)❤️♥️💗

The love of felting does not stop!! Combine felting with cacti and it’s true love 🙂 ! 🌵 Started a big project which I’m super excited about!!! Ripping out the carpet upstairs,…getting ready to paint the walls and wallpaper the hallway- EEK!!!! Can’t wait! Future art and music studio Skye decorated cookies with her friends…

long overdue catch up (art, more art, cookies, and a wedding) 💕

Happy to get back to art classes in this new year! We made a cute little winter scene…this was the sample…. This is a 5 year old project And a 3 year old…LOVE the tree placement!! I was inspired by the birds chirping outside….we’ve had warm weather and cold weather, you just never know what…

🎨🌈blast from the past -art class memories🌈🎨

I was looking through old art class stuff, and came across papers I used to send home to parents. So many good memories and art projects described here. I’m tempted to start these back up again…or write a book 😉 it’s one or the other! Haha (although seeing some of my spelling and grammar mistakes…

🌿inspiration🌿

Our art class was inspiration themed, so we talked about how having art work around your house with scripture verses or quotes can encourage and uplift your spirit I gave suggestions and had samples, but the kids took it to the next level with colors and ideas for this watercolor piece It was neat to…

salad spinner pumpkin

It’s so fun and beautiful and satisfying to use your salad spinner to make a funky pumpkin! We cut white card stock to fit the spinner, trying to cut a pumpkin-ish shape. Then we put the paper in there, squirted on some paint and spun real fast! We glued the spattered pumpkins to black paper…