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I’m not entirely sure why it hasn’t dawned on me to try crayon marker resist before, but I’ll just chalk it up to one of those things that is so obvious you don’t even think of it. This is perfecto for a mess-free, quick-n-easy art project for your kids or nearly-catatonic grandma. I loved doing it, but so did 6 year old Beckett. The only problem is that the wax form
Guys! Guys! Guys! Do you know who Hazel Terry is? Besides having a rad name, she is also a rad artist. I first discovered her through her blog The Art Room Plant, and she shares a bunch of illustrators on there. I love her taste- then I realized she has another site with her own illustrations, and I did whatever sort of little dance you can do while sitting at a
I recently read about the idea of having a word that you keep in mind for the year. This is a much easier concept than making resolutions, or even goals (although I’m trying to focus on concrete goals this year.) Basically, you’re popping a word into your head, shaking it around in there, but not freaking yourself out over it. It’s not so black and white as resolutions or goals- more
Yes, doing anything social in public prompts me to have to write about my experiences, but not actual experiences. I always imagine the funniest-case-scenarios when I’m in any situation and it’s really hard for me to keep from bursting out laughing at terribly inappropriate times. The cool thing about volunteering in a kindergarten classroom is that you’re hanging out with 5 and 6 year olds, and they are funny by nature. And
I’m going to begin a cutey little catchy theme called, Lifewhack! I have mounds of extremely helpful knowledge to share with all of you, and I simply cannot keep it contained any longer. First up, in the wake of visiting MOMA in NY, I will educate you in the fine art of experiencing fine art. What to wear: I cannot stress the importance of wearing black to an art museum.
image source Did you guys have a great Presidents Day? I hope you got everything you asked for. We had a load of fun not doing anything presidential, but we did eat ice cream and go to the orthodontist and walk to the park. Don’t I sound like the perfect mom? Yes. It’s true, I am. And it’s Lifewhack! What would you like to learn about today? How about reaching
Well girls, it’s the day we’ve all been waiting for, here at last. The day we get to be adored, smooched, loved, revered and breakfast-in-bedded. So that’s sweet and all, but really, don’t you think you deserve much, MUCH more? Yes, you do. Consider me your personal temporary Mothers’ Day coach, because we are about to get serious. This day is ours. This day shall be molded into the day