Oh my goodness it has been ages since I last published a blogpost. It’s been busy here in the Fox Household. One of the things that’s been keeping me busy, is our little grandkids. I love spending time with them!
On this beautiful sunny Tuesday, we decided to set up E’s art easel in the back yard. Outfitted with finger paints and a paint brush, this little artist was not too sure about dipping his fingers in paint.
E who was hesitant at first, really got into it and eventually ditched the paintbrush in favour of his fingers and then palms.
Inspired by a picture on Pinterest, I (Nana) had used masking tape to block out the letter E on a big piece of paper before our little guy got started.
This was a fun activity for our three and a half-year old. After the paint dried, I carefully removed the masking tape to show the big letter E. His artwork is proudly on display up on the wall at his house.
We plan to make another painting one of these Tuesdays. Next time, I will spell his name out in full and will use poster board or a heavier paper with a glossy finish. Hopefully the glossy finish will make it easier to remove the tape. The paper we used this time, did tear a bit in places.
Of course, no Tuesdays With Nana would be complete without an appearance by E’s sister Little K. She sat contentedly on a blanket on the grass next to E’s art easel. Such a shy girl she is…much like her mommy was when she was little.
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