Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Virtual Refrigerator - Peacock Feathers

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Peacock Feathers on the Virtual Refrigerator art link-up hosted by Homeschool Coffee Break @ #art  #VirtualFridge

Welcome to the Virtual Refrigerator art link-up! Thank you for joining me and my co-hosts as we all share what we're creating in our homeschools. 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! The Virtual Fridge link-up is open all month, and we plan our anchor posts for each Wednesday.

I guess it's probably not a surprise that I've found another piece my daughter completed using Creating A Masterpiece. The Homeschool Review Crew will be sharing their reviews of this wonderful art tutorial website next week, and the artwork I've seen so far has been amazing! This set of peacock feathers was done using Bombay ink, and was the first time Kennady had used this media.

Peacock Feathers on the Virtual Refrigerator art link-up hosted by Homeschool Coffee Break @ #art  #VirtualFridge
Peacock Feathers by KAT, March 2017

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The Happy Homeschool Mom said...

We have not tried that project yet, but used the Bombay ink for the candle and the Italian window. The girls loved it.

zekesmom10 said...

The feathers was my absolute favorite project!

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