Friday, May 08, 2009

Painting an Alice in Wonderland Play stage set and Ferns

For the last two days my friend Nicole and I painted some things for the Perry High School play ~ Alice in Wonderland.

We had so much fun and the kids were so sweet walking by telling us how awesome we are and how great the painting was.

We had so much fun and it was great seeing Nicole again - had been way too long with our busy lives.

The things we painted spelled out ALICE ~ didn't get pictures of them all together as the students started practicing - it was so much fun to sit there painting and listening to them rehearse and sing.


In paint class on Wednesday we painted ferns and water droplets.




Been busy creating dogwood pins out of clay for a garden club and still haven't opened my YUDU machine!urgh! Hoping to get to play with it this weekend. Boys are off to the Atlanta /Cavs game tomorrow night in Atlanta and I'm staying home with my little guy and hopefully we'll break out the YUDU for some silk screening fun. Of course I'll share photos!
Have a fabulous weekend.


FrenchGardenHouse said...

That looks like so much fun! {I know it's hard work, too} great post, you are always busy.
Happy Mother's Day!

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

Wishing you a great Mother's Day...m.

Linda said...

Those ferns look great. You should do a wall of botanicals. (Spelled wrong of course) I love the Alice in wonderland painting you and Nicole did. It turned out great.
Love ya sis

Bonnie said...

Hi Sandy! just wanted to pop in to say hi as I know I haven't in a while! love the paintings you did-wow, they are gorgeous! What fun!

MOM said...

Happy Mother's day. Have a safe trip to Florida and back.

Tea Time and Roses said...

Hello Sandy!

How wonderful! As I have said before, I so wish I was close enough to enjoy a painting day with you ladies. It looks like so much fun!:o)



joan said...

Awesome stage set Sandy! Looks like fun and your students did a wonderful job!

Julie said...

Those ferns look so real - they look pressed instead of painted!

Tea Time and Roses said...

Dropping in to wish you a beautiful weekend.



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