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Welcome to another edition of the Virtual Refrigerator! Thank you for joining me and my co-hosts for our weekly art link-up. We all cordially invite you to add your link sharing artwork that's on your Virtual Refrigerator and then hop over to the other blogs and admire what's on their Fridges too!
This has been a busy week for us, since we had family visiting during the first half of the week, and so there was no new art. So I found a couple of things from the archives to share today, making this a Throwback Thursday on the Virtual Fridge!
We have been cleaning and sorting boxes of school things and photos in our family room, and a couple weeks ago I came across this doodle of Landon's from years ago. He was probably four or five years old when he did this, and I remember him doing many pages of grid patterns like this. At one point when we'd asked him what he was drawing, he'd told us it was a jelly machine. Like duh, we should have recognized that.
|Jelly Machine by Landon|
And I was reminded of this doodle from the past, when it showed up as one of my "memories" on Facebook. I can't remember how old Kennady was when she did this cartoon of herself in God's armor - maybe about eight years old or so. It's done on a piece of scrap paper, but even so it's quite precious to me and is still here by my desk.
|God's Armor by KAT|
Isn't it fun to get a glimpse of what a kid is thinking by looking at their doodles? Kennady's doodles clearly show her interests - she has a whole series of Eiffel Tower drawings . . .
|Paris Quote by KAT|
|Eiffel Tower Study by KAT|
and she also has many doodles based on the movies, TV shows, books, and music she particularly likes. This is a very small collection from her "Lord of the Rings Phase".
|Lord of the Rings Collection by KAT|
What kinds of things do your kids doodle?
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