Monday, 30 July 2012

True colours

Arts and crafts are forever present in our lives. My Mum is an artist, and I grew up surrounded with art supplies.
Being a Mum myself now, I teach my sons the pleasure of working with pencils and crayons.
It is still early days with Eddie, he is happy to draw on the walls or any surface where he is not supposed to draw.
When I saw a post on BritMums asking parent bloggers to join in the Colour Me In Linky, I knew my guys would enjoy taking part.
You might have noticed a limited edition of Kellogg's Rice Krispies in the shops with a blank box that you can colour in.

For the challenge we received a very generous box of art supplies with all sorts of pencils, crayons and glitter glue.

Eddie was absolutely delighted with a huge box of Rice Krispies as well, he knows we can make fab little nests with the Rice Krispies.

He was very enthusiastic in his colouring efforts, and for a 2-year-old it was a decent effort. But not for his older 10-year-old brother who is a severe art critic. He saw Eddie's artfwork, frowned, took over and coloured over Eddie's scribbles. So here you see a combined effort of the brothers.

Thank you, BritMums and Kellogg's, for a beautiful box of art supplies. My guys enjoyed the challenge.
This post is my entry to the Colour Me In Linky.

1 comment:

  1. This is a lovely finished product! Outstanding! ;)

    Karin @ Cafe Bebe