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    Monday, May 07, 2007

    Who Needs Early Kinder ?

    We're quite happy here.



    It's bin night tonight, so we were gathering autumn leaves from the Virginia Creeper, and pulling a few weeds etc. This was our reward.





    This was the first, and original composition ( no help from mummy ).
    The art got progressively rattier and more 'creative/fantastic/lazy/crazy' after this, with much more emphasis on glue, and rather less on sticking.

    Needless to say, they're still 'drying'

    :)

    13 comments:

    Melody said...

    Okay. I swear you were a Kindy teacher in a past life!! You are wonderful and full of creative ideas. You are inspirational. Trust me. Wanna come up and visit us sometime?

    KikiMiss said...

    Bin night here too but I filled it up with loads of household crap, I've had a chance to clean out lots of cupboards this public holiday. Boooooring.

    nutmeg said...

    I do love how the "craft" activities always tend to go the way of fiddling with the glue, the water that you wash your brushes in, scissoring one's fingers/hair/nose, glittering one's eyebrows, textering one's hands - occasionally a little gets on the paper :-)

    Stomper Girl said...

    What a beautiful day's work. Glad you got the photo before glue-frenzy set in.

    Damselfly said...

    Perfectly beautiful. Should be framed!

    meggie said...

    Master B is having a wonderful childhood!

    tommiea said...

    how fun! I'll have to remember that this fall.

    Holly & Scolly said...

    Looks like fun! I LOVE clag too!

    Gina said...

    The emphasis-on-glue tendency seems to be common around this magical age, I've found. Beautiful colors and... feeling some serious guilt for not being more creative with my children's kinder crafts. Inspiration!

    muser said...

    I agree with Melody. You really are one 'ideas woman'. I need this sort of craft inspiration for when I'm on leave after this week.

    Anyway, LOVE this current artwork and it's given me a new eye for looking at the autumn trees around here.

    shellyC said...

    Who needs Kindy at all with activities like taht right at home!!!! Fabulous!!!

    Tracey Petersen said...

    I can't believe that they're leaves! It is beautiful.

    Just commenting on the previous post - I saw you on Deal. TV puts weight on you and you were still skinny! The husband story is too horrible to even comprehend.

    My float said...

    That's a great idea. I'll be pinching it for a rainy day!

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