I can't remember who asked about this, but I just finished some little CTR super hero characters for my shop. Here's a peek! Hope you like them.
Saturday, January 21, 2017
This year I am teaching the 8 year olds in primary. Last week and this week both have lessons about the angel Moroni visiting Joseph Smith. This is a coloring page I made for my class last week. It was last minute of course, so I didn't post it here last week. But when I came home from church, I really wanted to color it too! So here's a peek at how I colored it. :) I'm going to experiment with my colored version and put it in my Etsy shop. I'm not sure if people will be interested in buying my art just as art, or if the interest in it is strictly in its usefulness. We'll see what happens.
Saturday, January 7, 2017
Etsy shop. I am not doing a give away contest for this one. I have decided to give a free kit to each of the people who left comments to give me suggestions for this kit. (watch your email!) I also got a lot of suggestions from the LDS primary Choristers Facebook page. I couldn't fit them all in this kit, so it looks like I'll be working on a third one. If you have more suggestions, let me know!
Thanks for all your input and support!
Friday, January 6, 2017
From all the input I got on graphics needed for primary flip charts, the most popular ones seemed to be Heavenly Father and the Holy Ghost. These three illustrations are part of the new "Flip Chart Buddy 2" kit I'm putting together, but I'm offering them separately here for free. (The kit will also have them with out the banner across the front) I hope you'll get good use out of them!
Monday, January 2, 2017
I know that not every primary chorister likes to use flip charts. But for those of you who do - I am working on another "Flip Chart Buddy" kit full of clip art to use in making your own flip charts. A big multi purpose sort of kit.
Like the first "Flip Chart Buddy" set, I want it to have a good variety of standard things like Heavenly Father and Jesus, prayer, the temple, etc. But I'd also like to expand and do some things that perhaps the first set is missing.
If you have any suggestions for me, I would very much appreciate them. Please leave a comment! (or two, or three) Of course, I will be doing a give away when the set is complete, but I want to make it worth your while to help me here. So - if you leave a suggestion, please also leave your email address. If I end up using your suggestion I will send you a free file of the thing you suggested.
And, Just in case you aren't familiar with the first "Flip Chart Buddy" Set, here it is for you to take a look at:
Thanks in advance for all your help. And HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
Saturday, December 31, 2016
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
This is one set of two that I drew quite some time ago. This one is a set of Christmas Houses that you can print and fold out of paper. I made these into a cute little garland, but you can leave them separate too. There are so many ways I can think of to use these - Ornaments, Gift toppers, Gift tags, centerpieces, little gift boxes, They would even make cute decorations for a missionary farewell party!
The other set of little houses are just regular everyday non-holiday houses. I have the drawings scanned, but not put together yet. They came in handy for me a few weeks ago when my lesson in primary required an object lesson on the wise man and the foolish man. I had a little beach house, and a little stone cottage. I put a rock inside the stone cottage before I glued it together. I asked the kids to try to blow them both over. For 6 year olds it really blew their minds. They couldn't figure out why they couldn't blow over a paper house! They loved it. They all took multiple turns trying to blow in down! Then they all colored their own little houses to take home.
The regular set will (hopefully) be available soon too. But for now, this little Christmas set is available in my Etsy shop.