Sometimes my young artist just wants to draw from a picture book.
The Eastern Comma butterfly was her inspiration for today’s free drawing.
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Tagged as art with kids, butterfly drawing, children's art activity, drawing butterflies, drawing practice with kids, free drawing, homeschool art, watercolor pencils
She takes after her mommy for sure. It looks wonderful!
Sveva is such a talented little artist. I expect great things from her. It is wonderful that you are fostering her love of art and that she is getting all the practical experience of drawing so many things. I wish someone had done that for me as a child. Your children are all treasures!
This is just beautiful! What an artist you have! What is the name of the book?
S. says, Thank you!!! It’s called “The Butterfly Alphabet Book”-with butterflies from A to Z–pretty cool.
oooh, this book looks like great inspiration! Your daughter has your gift of creativity; she is quite the artist! Wonderful~
Butterflies, colors and a blank page. If ever three things were meant for each other…
She made a lovely illustration. Thank you for sharing it!
You know, it’s been a while since we have shared our wonderful book finds ! Thank you !!!
Such budding talent! And I couldn’t help being secretly pleased at the colorful jumble of bracelets on her wrist – she’s got style, too!
Thanks, Andrea–isnt’ that funny? I don’t know how she draws with all those silly-bands! That IS talent! haha!
How gorgeous, she is very talented like her Momma!
I cannot draw that good as an adult! So cannot wait to see her gift develope.
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