Monthly Archives: January 2015

Inspired by Inspiration Wednesdays

I think I have found the creative class for me!  I signed up for Donna Downey’s Inspiration Wednesdays.  Although I enjoyed Juliette Crane’s Serendipity course last year, I wanted something that was even more experiment based and that didn’t involve characters so … Continue reading

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Writing Notes: Revision Time!

    Recently I participated in Meg Miller’s week-long challenge called ReviMo.  In this challenge, the goal is to take a picture book draft that you’ve been meaning to revise and do it.  Each day there was an email by a different published … Continue reading

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Creative Kids: Valentine’s Flags

I’ve seen these cloth rainbow flags in people’s gardens and have been wanting to get the kids to make a recycled version.  We finally did it – with a Valentine’s theme. I cut triangles out of an old magazine, mostly … Continue reading

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Creative Kids: Valentine’s Day Cards

We are very busy this year so we went with simple for our Valentine’s day cards.  Here are a sample of some of the cards we are making this year. Top left: We used a folded toilet paper roll to … Continue reading

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Breaking Open the Piggy Bank

One of my goals for C and Q are for them to be involved in giving to others.  It’s tricky at this age for them to really understand about giving, let alone about giving donations.  However, I wanted to start the tradition … Continue reading

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