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Some exciting things to share! Dear friends if you haven’t already downloaded your free Volcano Chalk Pastel tutorial, please do so right away. The lesson will be going away before our new tutorial will post on Friday.

Volcano-Chalk-Pastel-Tutorial-at-Hodgepodge-280x186 The other good news? If you subscribe now,  you will receive the newest chalk pastel tutorial when it posts on Friday! So, you’ll get two tutorials this week – plus a bonus I will share with you then.

You CAN Be an Artist You CAN Be An Artist 10 Day Series

Starting next week, I’ll be sharing a 10 Days of Art series with iHomeschool Network entitled You CAN Be Artist! Nana and I will be encouraging you with tips and even more tutorials. So now is the time to subscribe!

I’ll be back at the end of the month to share all that will be going on in our homeschool: Science fair projects, talent show, drama troupe performance prep and more!

A special thank you to our subscribers!

–> As a special thank you to our Hodgepodge subscribers, we will occasionally share art tutorials only available via a download link on our subscription feed. We will still continue to post lessons here on the blog but some will only be available for subscribers. So please subscribe to Hodgepodge now (it’s free!) Don’t miss any art lessons!

Stephanie from Harrington Harmonies shared a beautiful lily pad pastel!

Stephanie from Harrington Harmonies shared a beautiful lily pad pastel!

Thank you for your loyalty! Have you seen all the beautiful pictures our readers have been sharing from the tutorials they are enjoying from A Simple Start in Chalk Pastels?

RaShell Southerland and her children have enjoyed many of the tutorials! I love their enthusiasm.

RaShell Southerland and her children have enjoyed many of the tutorials! I love their enthusiasm.

Click over to our Art Tutorial Showcase board and take a look. I’ve also been sharing some photos on our Hodgepodge Facebook page. Many thanks to RaShell Southerland and Stephanie Harrington – and their families! – for these latest photos.

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About Hodgepodgemom

Tricia faces a daily dose of chaos homeschooling five children. The biggest lesson she’s learned? At the end of the day – when the dishes are put away and the children are tucked in bed – truly what matters is each child’s relationship with the Lord. Raising children is a God-given privilege and, folks, the time is short.

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  1. You are truly a SUPER Homeschooler-Blogger. I am so excited awaiting your new 10 days series, and a new chalk pastel lesson! We have not been able to do a lot of art in our schooling because of the difficult year, but I am looking forward to catching up this summer. What could be better than a summer filled with art? Thank you so much for all you do and give us
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