Back before Cub was born I made our first batch of homemade play clay. The colour was less than appealing, but the dough was still much enjoyed and played with.
When I got a box of brightly coloured Wilton’s icing gel from Michael’s with a […]
Adding her own touches to her cousin’s art
Modelling behaviour is a tenant in teaching our children. Household chores, caring for animals, respecting others, making music…and making art. Mausi’s papa’s cousin is staying with us for a bit this summer, and his hands are rarely still. With […]
Introducing Katie Daisy…
A love of the wide open sky and the simple pleasures in life is what Katie brings to her art, and she has imbued each painting with sunshine and summer breezes! Her lettering and flower accents have a lovely vintage country feel and the quotations […]
I’ve been meaning to make play clay for some time, and as I was thinking of stocking up on some fun things for Mausi to do after the baby is born, it seemed the perfect time to try out a play clay recipe. I used a fairly standard recipe […]
I was thoroughly enchanted when I came across the artwork at Periwinkle Sky! The delicate watercolour paintings are filled with fairies, children, flowers, little animals and plent of magic in scenes from the woods, garden and under the sea!
With such wonderful attention to […]
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