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July 14, 2007

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patty van dorin

OH MY, I love those fabrics. How much fun to do art with your children, I can only imagine what a great time that is.

Jennifer

Well hello! Have I been lurking? I know I've been stopping by pretty regularly, but I can't remember if I've commented before or not. But, in any case, hello! I am a great believer in the idea that whatever a person makes with her (or his) own hands IS her art -- that we are all artists, and that of COURSE all of our work is uniquely our own. My 9-year-old son is very comfortable in his own artist's skin and it's my goal that he always feel that way. Hurray for the beauty in what each of us can do.

Felicia

Yay for years of higher education :) Those fabrics are very pretty indeed. Can't wait to see what they become.

Nicole S

I think it's amazing that you're trying to teach your kids creative freedom. I never thought to say something like that when my girls get discouraged, I usually just point out the positives ("Oh honey, your horse does too look like a horse! See, that's the mane, and hoof..."). Very cool, thanks for helping us to become better art mommies. :-)

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