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A few weeks ago I bought a canvas at Big Lots for a couple of dollars - in the evening I doodled on it with a Sharpie marker. Today Makenna and I are going to color in the flowers for our art project. It's cheap and easy entertainment. I also have sidewalk chalk soaking in water so we can do chalk art this afternoon.

I don't celebrate Halloween, but I've been looking for Fall craft ideas. We walked into Safeway yesterday and came home with a pumpkin. Here's some decorating ideas that I love.

Time to get creative. If you have ideas for fun projects for a high strung toddler, please share.

Happy Thursday!

When I can no longer create anything, I’ll be done for.’
— Coco Chanel


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