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Saturday, December 22, 2012

SWEETPEA DT INSPIRATION

I haven't got a project to share with you but I do have a couple of images coloured by my Niece a while ago and now hanging on my Fridge/Freezer.




This first one was probably done when she was 4 years and the later one was done a little while later.  She's now 5 years old and her colouring amazes me as she is very good at colouring within the lines.  I didn't have a Sweetpea image to share of her latest colouring but the reason I thought I would share it to show how young children don't have the restraints we have when colouring they don't spend alot of time deciding what colours work best together etc.  I love her freedom to use any colour and just enjoy.

Stamps:  
1   Elisabeth Bell's A Warm Fuzzy Hug and Be My Valentine - available here
2   Victoria Wade's Snow Buddies - available here

Best wishes,  

Sharon

8 comments:

  1. Aww how sweet! Your niece really is good at colouring - and these little images are perfect one for kids to colour.

    My DD1 love to help me do some "inking" (what she calls stamping). :D

    Ali

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  2. What a wonderful idea to show us what your niece coloured, Sharon. Looks so sweet!
    Hugs, Karina

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  3. So very adorable. Be sure to later show her everyone's lovely comments. She is going to be a cardmaker soon enough. Great work!

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  4. Your niece is sure to be a good crafter Sharon. Nice color job!
    Connie

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  5. fabulous!!!! I agree that kids are perfect inspiration with the freedom and joy they bring to creating.

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  6. she does wonderful work, thanks for sharing

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