We would like to extend an invitation to you and your children to share their artwork created while homeschooling. Each month we will host a link-up for you to share your posts about you or your children's art creation.
After you link up, please visit the other blogs and admire what they have shared from their fridges. You might find some inspiration to make a craft with your kids or to paint a new picture.
This week, I would like to share a few treasured pieces that my mom and grandmom made in ceramics quite a long time ago. My mom attended classes with my grandmom and aunt and they all made a number of pieces.
This never contained cookies at our house but it always held a place of honor on my mom's fridge.
These were all up on my grandmom's windowsill and I have had them displayed in my home since her passing. After our younger children were born, they moved from an end table to the top of a bookshelf to prevent little hands from playing with them.
|My grandmom made the carolers while our son made the paper roll tree in the foreground.|
Unfortunately, my grandmom's angel broke this past year even though I had the wings wrapped and the entire angel wrapped. I think a box was sitting on top of the box where she was stored. I have set her aside to try and fix her.
|She was meant to carry or hold two candles in her hands.|
Do you have any treasured art pieces in your home?