Thursday, February 28, 2008


The theme for Wildflower Morning's event this week is children's art. I've enjoyed participating in each weekly assignment that Elizabeth Joy has given for her Wildflowers in Winter meme. I was not expecting to be able to do this weeks assignment simply because all the kids art that I can find at my house consist of drawings I've saved from the boys early years and filed away. They are of fighter jets, rockets, robots, trucks, cars and an occasional tree or house. I don't remember the boys drawing flowers when they were young. But I was saved by an assignment that Rylan's graphic design teacher gave this week. Today Rylan called me over to his computer to look at the poster he was making for class and I smiled when I realized that it fit the wildflower theme perfectly. And since Rylan is still a teen-ager, I'm hoping it will count as my 'child's wildflower art'. It is the art project of my youngest child, and it does have wildflowers in it. It can't get much better than that!

Thank you , Rylan, for sharing your assignment with me. I really love it!


  1. Anonymous6:19 AM

    What a great poster!

  2. That is perfect!! Rylan is very talented!


  3. Perfect indeed. Thank you for sharing Rylan's talent with us!

  4. Great poster design!
    (By the way, my entry for week 4 posted on Wednesday, features Corning Ware Cornflower Blue.)

  5. I found my way to your blog from the Wildflowers in Winter event. I have really enjoyed all your tea recipes and lovely photos.

  6. I really love it too! Rylan's silhouette art speaks volumes.


  7. Rylan is a great artist! I love the assingment

  8. Rylan is incredibly talented!

    Have a wonderful week.
    Sandy :)

  9. Awesome job on the poster! It's great!

  10. Anonymous4:36 PM

    I love it too! You have a very talented son. ~ Lynda xo


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