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Rebecca Hamilton Stockdill, Study in Warm Tones, 2016

Paint Lab – Week 4 – Squeegee

Kim and I both agree, this was our favorite lesson so far.  The object of this week’s lesson was to use a …

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Owl and Girl Meditating

Paint Lab – Week 3 – Dreams

Kim and I have made it to week 3! This week’s project was inspired by the artwork of Keren Kroul.  Our assignment …

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STUDENT - Hand Sewn Dolls square

Colonial Cloth Dolls – With Coventry High School

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a child in Colonial times?  There was no Target or Toys-r-Us, …

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Daffodil Days

Daffodil Days at Blithewold Mansion

As I write this post, it is chilly and pouring rain outside — a typical spring day in New England.  I have …

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Getting Dirty

Time For A Dust Bath!

Before my four feathered friend moved into our backyard, I knew very little about chickens and their quirky habits.  Honestly, I had …

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Sock Dolls

Have Old Socks Ever Been This Cute?

A few years back, I wrote a post describing the ever-growing pile of unmatched socks in my closet.  Time has passed, and …

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Crispy!

Crispy Oven Baked French Fries

  For years, I have been trying to make French fries in the oven.  And, for years, I have been making making …

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Around the World in 52 Weeks – Kenya

We took our journey to Kenya last year, but it has taken me a ridiculously long time to actually write this post. …

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Homemade Play Dough

Some say “getting there is half the fun”, but I say “making it is half the fun” —  especially when “it” is …

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From the Front - We Left the Bangs Straight

Girls with Curls

Chances are, you have seen those Irish Step Dancers with their sproingy-boingy curls that bounce right along with the music. Have you …

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