This lesson is quick enough to enjoy this week before Christmas. A present to you from Nana and the Hodgepodge! Christmas Ornament: A Pastels Tutorial. Christmas Ornament: A Pastels Tutorial Begin by choosing your favorite two ornaments. Place them on your table where you can get a good look while you use your pastels. Take your black pastel stick and draw the simple, ball shapes.
One of the very special decorations we bring out each Christmas is this little, red VW bug. Nana gave us this cute little VW carrying the Christmas tree home. I put it up on the kitchen window sill for us all to enjoy each December. And one afternoon this week we decided – we should do a chalk pastel of bringing the Christmas tree home.
This lesson is a simple, yet a lovely one to celebrate the Christmas season. My students enjoyed the bright colors and the velvet blue night sky that we painted for our Christmas Star Chalk Pastel Tutorial. Christmas Star Chalk Pastel Tutorial The supplies are simple: we used regular copy paper, pastel chalks in black, yellow, orange, white, dark blue and purple. He appeared and the
In this nativity chalk pastel art tutorial we will focus on the scene the night of the birth of Jesus! Now this colorful scene is a picture of Mary, Joseph and Baby Jesus right at sunset. The sun’s rays are bursting forth and reaching far in glorious color. At the same time the star of Bethlehem is right above. So the scene is at dusk
While we were enjoying our first Cranberry Thanksgiving Chalk Art Tutorial, we talked about what fun it would be to paint Mr. Whiskers’ – whiskers! All that bushy black beard is such fun to make go this way and that. And this Cranberry Thanksgiving Mr. Whiskers Chalk Art tutorial is a very quick, finish-in-under-five minutes art lesson. Cranberry Thanksgiving Mr. Whiskers Chalk Art Tutorial For
Our children have been busy making gifts. Specifically, mini art canvases for gifts. Middle Girl recently made a bunch of mini pieces of art for the Lottie Moon auction. But the children also decided to paint canvases for their teachers. Mini Art Canvases for Gifts See, we are blessed with Godly folks who teach our children at church in Sunday School, children’s choir, puppets ministry
With all of the favorite Charlie Brown specials coming up soon, we knew you would love to have some art lessons to celebrate around them! Enjoy some Charlie Brown Art Lessons this fall, Thanksgiving and Christmas season. Charlie Brown Art Lessons We so look forward to each of these being on TV each year. Pull out your chalk pastels and enjoy! The Great Pumpkin Charlie
We have said so many times that we should do a Harold and the Purple Crayon Chalk Art. And so we finally did! There is just so much you can do with the inspiration from this favorite book! We have loved Harold and all his adventures since our Five in a Row days. Harold and the Purple Crayon Chalk Art And so, one afternoon this
Is it time for a change? Maybe it could be as simple as just a quick walk in the woods. Time for mixing up your homeschool routine! Walking the trail #SilverComerTrail #fall #1000gifts I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers ~ L.M. Montgomery, Ann of Green Gables Mixing Up Your Homeschool Routine Aren’t you glad you live in a world
What fun to make a night time scene with chalk pastels! In time for a full harvest moon, Nana taught us a harvest moon nocturn pastel lesson. You can too… Harvest Moon Nocturn: A Pastels Tutorial Just gather your colors and a dark colored piece of paper. We chose both purple and dark blue paper. Take your black pastel stick and draw a nice, straight
This little church in the woods is surrounded by beautiful trees bursting with October orange. There is a little path or driveway leading up to the church and the sky is brilliant blue. It’s a Little Church in the Woods Video Chalk Art Tutorial! In this video tutorial, Nana shares how to draw the church in chalk pastels, step by step. Little Church in the Woods
Do you have curriculum still sitting on your shelf – yet to crack it open? There just might be some of us pulling along a big bag of guilt for not getting to certain things in our homeschool. It’s okay. There are so many circumstances keeping us from enjoying the extras. I’m sharing how to fit in all the homeschool extras. But first… Time for