Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

Hoot the owl...






Miss Mahli aged 3 and her artwork. I had to photograph it from all sorts of angles to keep her happy.


I am playing along with My Little Drummer Boys and Faith, Hope and A Whole Lotta Love  today. Pop on over and take a peek.

16 comments :

  1. You have a bit of an artist there. We love Hoot in this house. Oh, and Jimmy Giggle!
    Usually I have to take photos of artwork from every angle too! hehe!! :)

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  2. Love it, she is quite good.
    We love Jimmy & hOOt here too.
    happy WW

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  3. Happy Wordless Wednesday-Jumped over from my little drummer boys.

    Great photos- she is quite the little artist!

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  4. I think the first picture of little Hoot should be turned into a stitchery. How sweet is little Mahli's art work. She's such a gorgeous age.

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  5. Love!

    Chalk drawing is so much fun :)

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  6. I love childrens drawings. Especially when I can see their development.

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  7. They are great Amy! I can tell that it was Hoot! She is a great little artist, just liked your FB page and subscribed by email now :)

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  8. My little girl loves drawing with chalk too. I'm terrible with the chalkboard though, it makes me grit my teeth!

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  9. Must confess I've never heard of Hoot. Looks strangely like my neighbour though..
    Great to see her so pleased with her handiwork :)

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  10. chalk drawing is so much fun, especially when mummys house in rendered outside and in!

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  11. How cool is chalk ??? I used to love it as a kid ! Your little girl is indeed a budding artist :)
    Happy WW !

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  12. That gorgeous drawing is defintely worth a photo! Her skills are impressive! Such a cute owl.

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  13. PS We were in central qld for a few years till Will was born. Dingo was our closest town :)

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  14. @ Emma- He is a character on ABD kids- Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl, lol.
    @Lil- WOW that is one huge blank canvas! My craft/sewing area is one half of my garage so when I am down there I move my car out so the kiddies can draw with chalk and not 'help' me
    @ Ash- We live on the coast abit south of Dingo. Near Gladstone ;-)

    Thanks for your comments guys. We agree is in a little artist in the making! But we are biased ;-P

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  15. I have a 3-year-old and her drawings are not even close to that level. Great pictures.

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  16. Ah I see the resemblance! Great drawings :)

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