We’ve had a lot of visitors the past few months. Every time someone comes to visit, I go into my decorating mode. My grandmother is coming to stay with us for a few days and it got me inspired to work on the living room. I thought it might be fun for Samantha to do a little art project. I bought a 12×12 canvas and let her explore her artistic side with some paints. I dressed her up like she was going to a toga party, gave her 4 colors to work with, and let her take over from there. She took it very seriously and it was so cute. I think she liked being outside among nature to capture her surroundings lol! I can’t wait to hang my painting. I was so proud.

11 Responses to She’s an Arteeeest…

  1. Great post!

    Love these pictures she looks so cute and arty :)



  2. Anita says:

    Oh my…that painting is simply perfect! She has a great eye for color and mixing them together. Beautiful!

  3. Sweet girl. :) I love this! She really is doing a wonderful job! I haven’t been brave enough to let Hudson try paints…well, besides watercolors. ;) I think I need to take him outside and let him get messy.

  4. OH and p.s. Thanks for your sweet comment Sarah. It is SO cool knowing that our kids will one day read, and hopefully TREASURE, all of these little memories we recorded.

  5. Laurie says:

    so sweet! you will have to post a picture of the finished product once you display it on your wall!

  6. Heather says:

    Oh wow, these photos are so cute. And I love the little easel.

  7. Chelsea says:

    Cutest thing ever!

  8. Such a doll. I’d hang that masterpiece!

  9. what talent. she’s such a cutie!!!
    xo TJ

  10. Oh I love this! Such a nice idea to make memories :-)

  11. ginanorma says:

    ohmygosh, i love these photos more than i can express…

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