Food Art and A Week of Camp :Daily Art Practice
Summer is flying by and I am already registering my children for school and thinking about what they will need. My daughter attended Kindergarten camp last week and she had a blast roasting marshmallows over candles and learning about UV light. She came home with a bracelet that changed colors when exposed to UV light. I have to admit, I am a little jealous and wish I had one for myself. K Camp is a new program offered by the school district that prevents first day meltdowns from Kindergartener’s. The children learn classroom and bus etiquette before school starts.
Believe it or not my freezer stash of cookies is getting low. I am down to my last few dozen so I figure this week I should stock up. I made another new recipe from Duff Bakes: Think and Bake Like a Pro at Home. This time I gave his chocolate chip cookies a try.
The Raisin Puff Cookies were a huge hit so I made another 5-6 dozen of these. You can find the recipe HERE.
Daily Art Practice
Today I am sharing the last Urban Sketch from our Gettysburg trip. This Sketch was done from the window of our hotel room. It was a quick 5 minute sketch that I did right before we checked out of our room.
This sketch was taken from a photo I found on Pinterest. I loved the bicycle and the pot of flowers.
Latte and Cookies tutorial from Nianiani on Youtube.
The dessert in a cup is a workshop from Etchr on Youtube. I would like to watch it again to give it another go as I am not happy with the blending. It’s a little muddy and watercolor blending is very tricky and takes a lot of practice.
The clownfish were painted in a online workshop by Alexis Cantu that you can watch for free HERE.
Lastly, I started working on some waffles with ice cream and blueberries. It is not complete but I thought I would share an in progress photo.
I am joining the T Day ladies, hosted by Elizabeth and Bleubeard. My drink of choice today is TAZO Herbal Sweet Dreams. I have been drinking this caffeine free tea in the mornings before lunch as it is very soothing.
Happy Tea Day,