Category Archives for Drawing

Painting trees and doodling

Easter brought us lots of treats, which means lots of thank you cards. We spent some of the money sent for Easter Egg buying on two of the most beautifully illustrated books; ‘A river of words‘ by Jen Bryant and … Continue reading

12. April 2012 by Roze
Categories: Book Reviews, card making, craft for kids, Drawing, Homemade cards, Thank you cards | Leave a comment

The Spring Collection

It’s been a bit chilly lately. The boys have all learnt the sheer comfort that can only come from snuggling up to a warm, furry soft, hot water bottle and I’ve been thinking of how we can plan ahead during … Continue reading

15. February 2012 by Roze
Categories: Butterflies, card making, Coloured pencils, craft for kids, cutting out paper, Drawing, Homemade cards, Simple Pleasures, Thank you cards | Leave a comment

Boys’ art

More birthdays mean more card making, I wonder how many cards we send each year. I had a few suggestions up my sleeve for what the theme could be this time but not one the boys was impressed with what … Continue reading

12. October 2011 by Roze
Categories: birthdays, card making, craft for kids, Drawing, Fun, Homemade cards, Illustrations | 2 comments

Please Take Your Seats

As much as I wanted to have all of my party stationery handmade I had to draw the line at hand drawn text – when I tried it, I ending up having nightmares about it (lucky me for having such … Continue reading

29. June 2011 by Roze
Categories: cutting out paper, Drawing, making birds, making things for those you love, Parties, Poster, Seating Plan Poster, self realisation, Wellbeing | Leave a comment

Recycling broken crayons

Every time a crayon rolls off the table it seems to snap in half instantly. So much so that we’ve had a box full of broken crayons for some time now. I’ve heard there’s a lot you can do with … Continue reading

17. June 2011 by Roze
Categories: baking, craft for kids, crayons, Drawing, Fun, practical solutions for parenting, recycling, school holiday projects | Tags: | 1 comment