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Monday, July 16, 2012

Ready to "ROLL"

Well, we are back from our quick little get away to sunny Nor Cal...and I'm not going to lie I really didn't want to leave! My little S had a riot with her cousins, and that's really the cherry on top! Not to mention, just being around my niece and nephews brings out the "I want to be a kid again" in me (c'mon we all wish that sometimes). So for a COLORFUL(and might I add...affordable) way to entertain you and the kiddies, I saw these great ideas from good ole' Miss Stewart that I just had to share...
All you need is a big roll of paper, some paint and some paint brushes (they have these drawing paper rolls at Ikea for 5 bucks!) and here's a few ways to put that paper and brush to use...


Happy Monday to you all!!!

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9 comments:

  1. I like this idea...I might have to use it as wrapping for my Etsy!

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  2. I love the pencil holders and wrapping paper. What a great way to make your kid feel special.

    BTW, the Baked Zucchini Sticks are finally up! :)
    http://www.becauseofmadalene.com/2012/07/gf-baked-zucchini-sticks.html

    Christina

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  3. Happy Monday! I live in Northern California...hope you enjoyed your visit.

    www.eatblogpray.blogspot.com
    xo

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  4. Kids art is always fabulous. I'm inspired every day by my students. They make the cutest things. Those place mats are the best. Love this post! Thanks! :-)

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  5. I love these! Glad you had fun with your sis! I wanna do the wrapping paper for Christmas, Grandparents would love that!

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  6. I used to love playing with paints as a kid, anything I could paint!! great idea for craft time :)

    xxS

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  7. wow what a great idea! i could do this for my primary class! thanks for sharing aarean. p.s. ive grabbed your button for my blog! i think everyone should share in the color you bring to the world :)

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