Hello, my bucket list friends ! I’m really excited to tell you about my store on Red Bubble. I love drawing just as much as I do writing. I’ve decided to make some of my art available to buy online. If your interested simply click on the link below to check it out!
Hello, my bucket list friends ! I’m super excited to write this post because I’m finally participating in blogmas. If you don’t know blogmas is where you blog every day from December 1st to December 25th. I’m excited to share some fun Christmas posts with you along with my regular posts. I decided that it would be fun to draw some Christmas themed pictures. For my first blogmas post. Thanks for reading !
Hello, my bucket list friends ! Today is a beautiful sunny day and I decided to draw a Dinosaur picture! I love this fun picture so much ! What have you been drawing lately ? Rock On – Christina Epperly
Hello, my bucket list friends! It’s time for this month’s book club discussion! I had a fun time reading this book. Our book for this month was Marshmallow Mystery by Helen Perelman. As always just one more thing before we dive into our discussion. The following post contains major plot points ( Spoilers ) for the book . If you want to read the book and haven’t yet, I suggest you wait to read this post until you have finished the book. Now, let’s dive into our discussion!
My favorite part of the book – I was so happy when the candy fairies found Mallow their owl friend. Mallow had some important information that helped the fairies solve the mystery.
My least favorite part of the book- I felt really bad for the fairies especially Raina when they realized that their fairy code book was missing. It’s never a good feeling when you lose something important.
Before we get into this month’s activities. I just have to say that this was a really fun book to read! I have another Candy Fairies book and I hope to read it soon.
Art activities- This month I did two different art projects to go along with this book. For the first project I made a foam gingerbread house from a kit that I got at a thrift store. I had a fun time decorating the house. I think the candy fairies would be right at home in this house.
For my second art activity I did something very simple but also very fun ! I drew colorful and fun candy picture! I had a good time drawing lollypops and gumdrops!
Thank you for reading this month’s book club discussion! Happy reading.
Hello, my bucket list friends ! This is just a quick post to say thank you for over 200 followers on this blog! I started this blog in 2015 and It helped me to discover my love for writing. Blogging has become one of my favorite hobbies. Thank you so much for all of your support ! I look forward to posting more fun things for all of you to read !
Hello, my bucket list friends ! At summer camp many years ago I remember doing a make your on puzzle activity and really enjoying it. A while ago I bought my own blank puzzle to decorate. Yesterday I decided to turn my blank puzzle into a work of art. I can’t wait to tell you about my own personalized puzzle so here we go !
My very own puzzle!
The blank puzzle had been sitting on my arts and crafts shelf for awhile and I decided that yesterday was the day to turn it from blank to colorful. I chose to use sharpie markers to decorate my puzzle. I wan’st sure what to draw at first . I was deciding between an under water seen and a classic sunny day seen. I decided on a sunny day picture it was a sunny day after all! I started by drawing a smiling sunshine in the corner. After that my creativity went wild as I drew flowers,balloons, butterflies, and more ! As I worked to fill up as much blank space as possible I began to love my puzzle more and more! It was a bit difficult to draw on the puzzle pieces where they connected but overall I really enjoyed making my own puzzle and I love the way it turned out. I would totally buy another blank puzzle. If you are looking for a fun and easy project to do I highly recommend this. I got mine at Michaels but they are available other places as well. Rock On – Christina Epperly