Georgia Peaches Chalk Art Tutorial

Georgia Peaches Chalk Art Tutorial - You ARE An Artist!

In celebration of Georgia’s most famous crop, we offer a Georgia Peaches Chalk Art Tutorial. The delicious sweet peach. The state’s nickname fruit was first planted in Georgia in the 18th century, and is still an important fruit crop today. Peaches rank 3rd in production in the U.S. We produce more than 40 different varieties of peaches and almost all are sold fresh! Yum!! Georgia

Azalea Video Chalk Art Tutorial

Azalea Chalk Art Tutorial

In honor of the Masters Golf tournament and all the blooming azaleas there in Augusta, Georgia (and beautiful azaleas in our own backyard), Nana offers you an Azalea Chalk Art Tutorial! Plus, don’t miss the special sale announcement at the end of this post! We have quite a range of ages in this video – from ages 12 down to three. When you are using

10 Things I Would Buy For Our Homeschool With $100

10 Things I Would Buy For Our Homeschool with $100 to Spend at Amazon

What would you do with $100 to spend on your homeschool at Amazon? I am sharing my choices for our Hodgepodge homeschool below. This was such fun to think and dream about! Plus, in celebration of my friend Mary Prather’s newly redesigned Homegrown Learners, we are giving away one (1) $100 Amazon gift card to one of our lucky readers. You you really can enjoy

Easter Cross Chalk Art Tutorial

Easter Cross Chalk Art Tutorial - You ARE an Artist!

This has turned out to be one of my favorite pastel paintings. It really isn’t hard and you will be able to paint a beautiful Easter cross chalk art painting that you can enjoy for years. Let’s get started! You will need the following pastel colors: dark brown, medium brown, bright orange, bright yellow, dark green, light green, purple, medium and light blue, black and

Young Mr. Moon Chalk Art Tutorial

Young Mr. Moon Chalk Art Tutorial - You ARE an Artist!

This is a pastel painting that I completely thought up myself. The young moon – instead of the Old Man in the Moon! Supplies: I used a medium brown construction paper and these pastel colors: light brown, white, black, light and dark blue. Start with your young moon – place him a little more than half-way up your paper (turned horizontally). He needs to be big and