I pulled everything out of my shed this weekend. It had become a dumping ground during the winter! I set out the spring nests, put things in their place and made a huge pile to donate.
In the 'donate pile' were these bendaroos. I had purchased them several years ago for a long road trip. I guess the blue didn't make the cut! When I clean out, my kids rummage through my 'get rid of' pile and pull everything out. "Mom, don't get rid of this!" Hence the bendaroo piece of art! My oldest daughter fashioned this palmetto tree and moon in about 2 seconds and stuck it to the mirror. I love it and think it is a work of art! It represents our state flag.
These flowers in the yellow pot have lasted forever. Ashlyn paints the lovely still life in her own interpretation.
My four year old tries to mimic Ashlyn's painting from where I hung it on the wall!
Such a four year old mess!
The art easel was mine as a little girl. I cleaned out this corner to make room for it.
My son took a break from building to paint his own Picasso. You have got to love little boys, because everything they make is 'for Mom!'
The art work is numerous and placed all over the shed to dry. I worked for hours, but I am not sure it looks like it!(here) and boarded the space and put up the sheetrock. You can see the yellow paint that was on the walls before the blue! BRIGHT, huh?!
The weather was beautiful, and it was a perfect weekend for some spring cleaning and to tackle some projects!
I hope you had a great weekend and happy President's Day to you all! My kids are in school making up a snow day!
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