Month: April 2015

Month: April 2015

Is Not This the Fast That I Have Chosen? Family Home Evening Lesson

I’m joining up with some fantastic bloggers to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Family Home Evening program. We all prepared FHE lessons based on talks from the latest General Conference. I chose to prepare a Family Home Evening lesson on President Eyring’s talk on fasting and fast offerings, because I know

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Art Journaling with Kids: Things I Love

I am delighted to share my love of art with my children as we make artistic exploration a priority in our homeschool.  Please join me each Friday as I post the latest addition to our art journals.  I share easy ideas to incorporate art into your family culture.   You

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Quick Lit: April 2015

A Wrinkle In Time: I had never read this book before reading it with my kids for our parent/child book club.  I must say that it was not at all what I was expecting.  I’m not sure exactly what I was expecting, but I felt like I didn’t love the

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Swirly Tree Hand Embroidery

As I’ve been slowly working my way through the year, doodling and drawing each day, I’ve noticed a theme emerging: nature and love.  One of my best selling embroidery patterns is this very simple tree. I didn’t think it would do well because, honestly it’s just a bunch of vertical

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Six LDS Primary Music Leader Flipcharts (for Scripture Power, Keep the Commandments, Love is Spoken Here, My Heavenly Father Loves Me, I Know That My Redeemer Lives, We’ll Bring the World His Truth)

I have been having so much fun creating LDS primary music leader flipcharts! These have been so helpful as I am teaching songs to the children in our congregation and I’ve heard that many of you love them too.  Thank you for your kind words!  It’s such an encouragement to

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Art Journaling with Kids: Simple Zentangle Designs

I am delighted to share my love of art with my children as we make artistic exploration a priority in our homeschool.  Please join me each Friday as I post the latest addition to our art journals.  I share easy ideas to incorporate making art into your family culture.  

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