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    2014 Reading Challenge

    2014 Reading Challenge
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    Vote: Best Series

    I'm curious which series of posts you've enjoyed most? These are topics which continue over a series of posts. Please leave a quick comment or email me!

    Thanks bunches!!!


    Reader Comments (18)

    color series and kick start your art journal are my two favorites but really i like them all!

    08.3.2009 | Unregistered Commenterjessica

    Collection: ideas everywhere and Creative experiments. If I had children, I would add Rainy Day links.

    08.3.2009 | Unregistered CommenterShell

    Creative Experiments!

    08.3.2009 | Unregistered CommenterRabia

    I love reading all your posts :) Truly, I find something in almost everyone of them. I don't have children of my own, but I do have 2 nieces and 1 nephew. Often when I'm visiting there, we'll sit at the big table and we do art together. The youngest is just 5, the next is 8 and the eldest is 9. Sometimes we each do our own thing and other times they want me to show them how to do something. So all your ideas for creating art with childremn are especially useful, not just about the developemental stages, but the actual ideas of what topics to do with them.

    Another thing I learned from your posts is about kids and cameras. Based on your tips and ideas, we recently bought a simple camera for our 8 year old nephew for his 1st Communion. We hadn't known ahead of time (they live abroad), but he had taken a short course at summer camp about the very basics of photogrphy: composition, framing, lighting etc. He really enjoyed the course and has taken some really good photos already. When he opened his present he was ecstatic!! We were happy because we found something that really intrests him. I had an idea he would like it because he was always asking me about my cameras and wanting to see how I did something.

    I love reading about journalling prompts and tips! I keep an art journal sort of on and off, but I really want to get more into it. Your journalling series is awesome and I've tried several things I wouldn't have thought of trying. Ditto for the creativity experiments.

    I follow your Blog via Bloglines and that tells me when there are new posts to read. That way I don't miss any of them :)

    Thanks for such fabulous ideas, tips and topics to thnik about. You have a wonderful writing style and your attitude to life mirrors something of mine. I love reading your Blog!!

    08.3.2009 | Unregistered CommenterBonny

    I'm voting for 2: creative experiments and kids and cameras. If your mandala doodles were a series, I vote for them too. I'm a quiet lurker here but I really enjoy and look forward to your posts. Thanks for taking all the trouble to do this.

    08.3.2009 | Unregistered CommenterFiona

    Definitely "Kick Start your Art Journal" and the "Creativity Prompts" (They're SO creative!!!) Hugs, Terri xoxo

    I would have to say Kick-Start Your Art Journal, followed closely by Creative Experiments.
    I enjoy ALL of your posts.
    Thanks! Karla

    08.4.2009 | Unregistered CommenterKarla

    I love the kick start your art journal.

    08.4.2009 | Unregistered CommenterNikki

    I really like how the color series and the kick-start have a list of prompts/ideas, and they both are my favs! I will be starting with the color: journaling in neutral because it is such a foreign color palette.
    Thanks for the inspiration!

    08.4.2009 | Unregistered CommenterSherita

    No, that's too difficult - I think they're all brilliant. If you really twisted my arm (ow!) I would say my current favourite is the Kids and cameras series, closely followed by all the rest :-)

    The least useful has been the kids book links, as many are difficult to get hold of here. If that helps ;-)

    08.4.2009 | Unregistered CommenterSam

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