The Virtual Refrigerator

There is something soothing to me about repetitive coloring. My son and I have been working through the Project Passport World History Study: The Middle Ages from Home School in the Woods.

This stained glass art was relaxing to complete.

Kym recently shared a cool Enchanted Forest coloring book. I've included hers and others on this Pinterest board of coloring pages.

We have one more week of July so be sure to complete any red or Independence Day projects and link with us. Next month we begin a series featuring different artists.

The Virtual Refrigerator:
An InLinkz Link-up

Our weekly blog hop is co-hosted by Every Bed of RosesHomeschool Coffee Break, and a Glimpse of our Life. Link up your art tutorials or projects that your children have been working on. Then pin the same to our virtual fridge by joining our group pinterest board, just ask any of us to add you. Join us at the blogs of any of the four bloggers who are hosting the Virtual Refrigerator. Link up, visit others who join us, try something new, then come back and share that, too. We want to see your child's masterpiece on our #VirtualFridge 

1 comment:

  1. I think coloring is sort of an ageless activity. :-) My good friend that is a cancer survivor told me that she would have liked an Enchanted Forest coloring book when she was in the hospital, and that she recommended adult coloring books for hospital care packages for adults and teens. Good to know.


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