The Art of Life
Photobucket I'm so glad you're here! "The Art of Life" is where I share my journey as an artist & Momma. It's a place where I hope to encourage other women that they are artists too. In this small little space I seek to share, document, and be reminded of God's wonderful grace, all around us. ....And I would be so happy to have you journey alongside me! So grab a cup of coffee and linger for a while. I hope you leave feeling refreshed. Photobucket

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Pom-Poms, Glitter & Jingle Bells

~~The wind was howling this morning as Savannah and I ran out to the truck and headed off to the library for our weekly ritual of story and craft time. It's the little munchkin's favorite day of the week and is not to be missed come wind, rain or snow.
~~Today's theme was "Christmas." There were three Christmas themed books and then, Savannah's favorite part; the craft.
What do you get when you combine independent 3 year olds with pom-poms, glue sticks, glitter and jingle bells?
A whole lotta mess but a whole lotta fun!
Another Mom and I have decided that our vehicles are permanently "glitter-fied" from craft days. You simply cannot get rid of glitter. That's okay. It's all good.




Happy Wednesday!

7 comments:

Valaine said...

She is precious! :)

Valaine said...

Oh! I meant to tell you that I like your new look to your blog! It's beautiful :)

AKat said...

She looks like a little Lindsey in these pictures! How sweet that she looks forward to her craft time at the library!
Just want you to know that at this very moment I have chicken tortilla soup in the crock pot and a pumpkin loaf in the oven! I can't wait for Philip to come home!

Jo Castillo said...

Lots of good things filled with love. Thanks for the recipe, too. :)

Peggi Habets said...

New look to your blog! I haven't been here in a while so I'd thought I'd check back in. You photos are beautiful, great lighting and detail. Have a great holiday.

Visions and Verses said...

And in 10 years you'll be pulling out that ornament for the tree, and she won't even remember making it -- happened to me this weekend. But you know, I realized that these special moments of childhood and glitter are for US, and for the kids they just become nurturing soil to grow in!

Lei said...

I was going to comment ont he photos too, nice work! I wanted to comment on your Transiberian post above but couldn't click on "comments" for some reason. Anyway, thansk for positng htat video... now my 4 yo won't get up from the computer desk! LOL!