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Painting Pumpkins, Pine-cones, and Pebbles

We skipped the carving pumpkin's so far and decided to paint Selah's Pumpkin.  She loves to paint so much so after we were finished with the pumpkin she went on to pine-cones and then pebbles. 

 Tongue shot!  :)


Madeline said…
Your guest post is set for tomorrow at 9am
Now following you from the Thursday Hop :) I love the idea of painting pine cones!!
Mandi said…
She's so into it! What a great activity! I love that you had her paint pine cones, I've never thought to do that. Awesome! Thanks so much for linking this up to Monstrously Creative Saturday! :)

Mandi at BBM
Unknown said…
She does look really into it! We let R paint a pumpkin every year instead of carving.. thus far. We haven't painted his yet, but I look forward to it. I love how she went on to paint anything she could! Too cute! Thanks for sharing.

I'd also like to invite you to check out one of my posts. If she loves painting, I think she'll get a kick out of this. I call it "Chuckin Pumpkin Painting." R had a lot of fun with it today. Here's the link...
Aimee said…
I love using nature as a canvas- great post! Thank you for linking up to the The Sunday Showcase

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