From piñatas to watercolors, self portraits to food sculptures, we made it! The campers were fabulous and always seemed ready to dig into trying something new. One of my favorite parts of the camp day was recess time. I think it was just being able to be in the sunshine kicking or bouncing a ball with them (which is hilarious if you know me) and watching them be kids.
I'm so grateful to the parents and families who shared their children with me this week! I was able to show them just how fun different mediums can be. More importantly each day we discussed a new character trait taken from Ephesians 5:22 - The Fruits of the Spirit. We talked about how a life lived in Christ helps us to have those Fruits! Being able to share a love for The Lord and art together is one of my biggest blessings.
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So after years of being asked by friends to host a Summer art camp I finally feel like my youngest is old enough for this to become a reality. I'm excited to offer an elementary age art camp. I'm still working on finalizing the details, so I'm open to hear suggestions about what your creative child likes to do and what has been your favorite things about Summer art camps!
I was sure to pick a week that my daughter Mia will be around to help. She's a genius planner and organizer and I love to have help in those areas. Thanks Okely Cruz for nudging me to put this together!
Here is what I have planned so far:
Elementary Summer Art Camp
June 30th through July 3rd (Monday through Thursday)
9:00am through 12:00pm
- Materials and supplies provided
- Cost will be $90 per child
- We'll be doing collage, painting, drawing, edible art, sculpting and more ...
- Bring a snack as we'll have a snack break and outside play time
- Ages 6 through 10
- Will have middle school girl assistants to help me give individual attention to each camper.
- Wear an old t-shirt or smock because I promise you we will get messy.
- Bring comfy shoes, snack, pencils and your child's favorite paint brush.
* Reserve your spot now because my space is limited.
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