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ART by paint, & crayons

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Hi Everyone!

Hope you all are being Blessed, and thankful for another day. My granddaughter and I are truly Blessed with another day and we are able to rise and serve our Lord.

Here are few photos of what we have being Blessed to do. My granddaughter enjoys arts of various types.

Painting on wood:

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Crayons on wood:

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Reversible Placemat made with paint, crayons, paper, and yarn:

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Butterflies made from more doodling with crayons on paper:

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Have A Blessed Day Everyone, until my next post.
Mtetar

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  1. Such great ideas! In June I will watch young nephews for 4 days. I will put these ideas on my to-do list.

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    • Thank you so much for your words of encouragement. She does so much that it would be a waste in my words not to make good use of her work of great effort. I’m so thankful for God for HIS Blessings through her. Thank you for stopping by. Be Blessed, Mtetar

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  2. I think I’ve said this before, but just in case, you ought to know…your beautiful, talented, sweet baby is truly blessed to have YOU!

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    • Thank you so much, Wendy! It is nice having you visit, and your comment is Inspiring. How are the plant, and the cat? Hope all is well and Blessed. Be Blessed, Mtetar

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      • Thank you, Mtetar! Everything, and everyone, is well, healty and happy. The plant is a big beautiful fan of green foliage now, and Brenda is her super-sewwt kitty self, always up for a cuddle and a saucer of milk.
        Wendy

      • You’re welcome, Wendy! Missed your post lately. What new project are you working on? It’s always great hearing from friends. Kind regards to all. Be Blessed, Mtetar

      • Currently, I’m making new Feets characters, and a Tunisian crochet head band, in black bamboo and silk yarn (positively delicious!) as well as yarn-wrapping (casting on) my favorite old wooden cane, a gift from a friend last summer after her father passed on. I love this cane, so I’m honoring it with happy colors!

      • Oh wow you’re being very creative as always. I look forward to seeing the post especially the cane. The yarns type sounds Like very good quality and I’m sure expensive. I’m working on a dress for my grand should post soon, if God is willing. Be Blessed, Wendy! Mtetar

      • I’m looking forward to seeing that new dress! That bamboo and silk yarn wasn’t expensive at all! It was on sale, but even off sale, it’s about four dollars a ball. It’s Bernat’s “Silk Bamboo” yarn, comes on a ball that looks like crochet cotton, and is a size “3” yarn…DK weight? Smooth and silky!!!
        I dislike spending a lot of money on a skein of yarn. If I need a high-end wool yarn…I spin it.

      • You’ll soon, if God is willing. Not a bad price all. Thanks for sharing. Be Blessed, Wendy! Mtetar

  3. What fun projects! I really like the reversible placemat!

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  4. Isn’t it great to see little artists at work? My daughter loves to draw on a magnetic doodle pad, especially in the car. We haven’t gotten into paints much yet–maybe soon. I enjoy seeing the things you and your granddaughter do together. Blessings–Alison

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    • Thank you Alison! Yes the Little Artist Projects are all precious, and unbelievable with or without help. We started with doodle pad and now experimenting with other resources and tools. We haven’t done much with play dough, but will even making our own. Your visit, and comment is very much appreciated. Be Blessed, Mtetar

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  5. Any day with crayons is a good day! I really like the Mickey and Minnie Mouse stickers on the placemat too. Very creative!

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    • Thank you Joan for stopping by and commenting. Children love stickers for different reasons, and I thought they would add an extra finishing touch. I’m so appreciative of your visit. Be Blessed, Mtetar

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  6. so lovely and so creative for her age Mtetar! 🙂 also, good idea; painting on wood!

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  7. Thank you, Doreen! Your comment is one of Inspiration. Thanks for visiting also. Glad you like it. Be Blessed, Mtetar

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  8. Oh, your granddaughter is so talented! She gets better and better every time! Beautiful projects!

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  9. easycraftsforchildren

    I love all projects, specially the butterflies 🙂 Your granddaughter is so talent Mtetar !

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