Thursday, April 23, 2015

Virtual Refrigerator - Antique Sewing Machine

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Virtual Refrigerator - Art Link-up
Welcome to another edition of the Virtual Refrigerator! This weekly blog hop is co-hosted by A Glimpse of Our LifeHomeschool Coffee Break, and Every Bed of Roses. We all cordially invite you to add your link sharing the art that's on your Virtual Refrigerator and then hop over to the other blogs and admire what's on their Fridges! 
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April's Art Challenge: Easter and Nature
Throughout the month of April, we'll be especially interested in seeing artwork that focuses on the theme of Easter! Since Easter was right at the beginning of the month, we have another theme as well - Nature! Please continue to share any art posts on our Virtual Fridge as well - we love seeing all of them!

Today is my aunt's birthday, so I had commissioned Kennady to do an original piece of artwork to send to her. One of my aunt's favorite hobbies is sewing, so Kennady drew this antique-style sewing machine.

Antique Sewing Machine, on the Virtual Refrigerator (an art link-up hosted at Homeschool Coffee Break - kympossibleblog.blogspot.com)

Antique Sewing Machine, on the Virtual Refrigerator (an art link-up hosted at Homeschool Coffee Break - kympossibleblog.blogspot.com)

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1 comments:

Jennifer aGlimpseOfOurLife said...

That is really cool! My Grandmother had a black antique sewing machine that she used when I was a child.

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