Today is actually my 26th birthday, but let me tell you, my memory does not reflect my age! I have a terrible, terrible memory! Names, scripture references, lyrics to songs, phone numbers, dates, and deadlines all get lost in my brain. Unless there are pictures or video of an event, I will not remember much of it! I blame it on being creative, somewhat of
Oh wow. Gorgeous. That’s what we all said when Nana came in with her latest chalk pastel of a bird’s nest. Beautiful! We wanted to make one too. So Nana taught us how to weave the colors just like birds do – making layers. Ready your pale yellow, yellow, black, dark brown, orange and dark pink. Take your dark brown and make an egg shape.
We have hydrangea bushes on either side of our front door. I thought they were pretty so I took a picture of them. My entry in the Homeschool Post’s A B See Photo Meme. Hi! My name is Luci, and I am 13 years old. I love Jesus with all my heart ♥ I have a passion for photography and music. ~Music, Markers & Musings.
Nana shares with us tomato: a pastels tutorial. Step-by-step art lesson for you! Juicy, lean-over-the-sink type sandwiches come to mind when I look at Nana’s ripe tomato pastel lesson. Just like my brother’s sandwich! Yes, he said he really did stand at the kitchen sink to eat this one. And the sink caught the juicy drips from his freshly sliced tomato from his garden. YUM.
If you don’t know me personally, you may not know how much I love the beach. Fair-skinned and freckly though I am, I long to get back there. Today, I am reliving building sand castles last summer. And counting the days, with a lovely beach count down chain, until we get back there again…Ahhh. Toes in the sand… Sharing a post from the July 2010
Tis the season for bushels of fruit! And, you may have known that it was coming. A bowl full of fruit from Nana’s recent pastel lessons. For the individual fruits, you may click over to: strawberries and bananas blueberries watermelon But for this tutorial, you start with the beautiful blue bowl. Pick your prettiest blue chalk pastel – or feel free to make your bowl