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Kickstart Your Art Day 1

Hello! I am excited to be a part of Kickstart Your Art with Smeared & Smudged. For the next few days, there will be an art journal prompt that we need to complete within 24 hours. This prompt was to use primary color drips. I decided to work with my kids on this.

I dripped my paint, and the kids and I blew the legs for our funny little monsters. We were excited about the next step, so I used a blow dryer to dry the paint a little faster. Then came the doodling!

We decided to name our monsters, put some describing words, and wrote out a couple of general things about our monsters. We also each signed the page, since we all worked on it.

And here are my happy kidlings with the finished page. They really enjoyed making this with me. Depending on tomorrow's prompt, maybe we will make the Day 2 page together. Looking forward to the next prompt! Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Laura B said…
Aw, I love all three of your monsters! What an awesome take on the challenge.:) I'm so happy that you're playing along with our Kickstart Your Art Challenges this week. *hugs to all three of you*
DonnaMundinger said…
This is totally precious! how fun working with your kids, Slison! xxD
Matney said…
great way to those kiddos involved and have a fun time doing so. Page turned out wonderful and love that they put their names on there.
ike said…
Fabulous - what an awesome little project you have made with your fabulous kiddies :-D Such a fun piece. Great work Alison xxxxxxxxxxx
Pamela Davis said…
Awesome! This is a great project to do with your kids or partner! I really enjoyed it and just love what kids come up with!
what a good idea ! and your kids are so cute ! congrats to the 3 of you !!!
DogsMom said…
What a fun idea to work on together with the whole family.
A clever and cute creation.
Susan Salyer said…
I have watched your children grow and you are such a fabulous mom. awesome project and I am glad you all had fun.
Thanks for joining us
susan s

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