This year I hope to help everyone become a better doodler and show you how to do some of the patterns and help you create patterns of your own and then variations on those patterns. Here’s my doodled January 2017 calendar in black and white. If you would like to get the printable you can get it here: This might look a bit
Ok maybe I’m a little biased about this series, but it was a great series even if my husband gave the message. You can find the audio of the sermon here: (July 31. 2016) http://www.discoverlifespring.com/templates/System/details.asp?id=24499&PID=736098 Hospitality is such a great way to show the love of Jesus Christ to others. Its so simple to open your home and love others. You’ll never know who
I am very honored to be the May visiting artist at the Family Vision Center and the Potter’s Clay art studio. Come join us tomorrow night as we learn how to sketchnote and view some great art! It’s going to be a wonderful time! Here’s the link to the Family Vision Center if you want more information. See you tomorrow night!
This week I was playing around with decorating some letters since I haven’t gotten to the tree yet. Here’s a sample – stayed tuned for more holiday fun letters next week. If you’re going to get a jump start on wrapping presents I thought I’d share my doodle gift tags. You can get the printable here: gift tags You might want to print them
I hope you can join us at Valley View Community Church for the Women’s Retreat. I’ll be sharing a little on gratitude and there will be other women sharing some powerful messages. I hope to see you there. You can register for the conference $20 (includes lunch on Saturday) http://discovervalleyview.org/2015-womens-retreat/
I hope to see you at the St. Louis Home School Expo next week. I will be speaking in room 311 at 12:30 on Friday. I hope you can make it so we can learn how to sketchnote together! I took one of my sketchnotes and highlighted somethings you might want to include in your sketchnotes. Join me on Friday so you can learn more
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This week I am going to challenge you to get out with your sketchbook and doodle some interesting patterns, flowers, leaves or anything thing that strikes your fancy. Get in the habit of carrying a small sketchbook around with you. Here’s what I did with my sketchbook. Last week we journeyed to Kansas City Missouri and we visited the National World War 1 Museum at