Thursday, April 12, 2007

Inspired by Kal Barteski

So I've been reading Kal's blog lately( check it out here: http://lovelife.typepad.com/) and been so inspired by her art and her encouragement to get out my pencil crayons. So here is my first (okay my second) creation with pencil crayons. A card for my nephew's dedication on Sunday (no peeking Noah). Thanks for the tiplets Kal and the inspiration.



Here's a sweet picture of Joel playing with his "brmm brmms". Matt and I have noticed in the last few days that he has started lining things up ... his trains, his cars, and he's able to make towers out of big legos all by himself! What a genious =)

11 comments:

Liz Ness said...

How cute! Also, you're sending me on a chase to see Kal's site...always intrigued by new things! Have a great one!

Ronda P. said...

Love the card! I broke out my pencils today. Kal is so awesome. So happy you have been checking out her blog.

Lynn said...

Definitely have to check that site out! Your little man is so sweet! Cutie! Have a great day kim!

Melissa said...

Love it!
Tanner pushes all his trains around and goes choo-choo and chugga-chaugga. My favorite is when he says beep-beep-beep when they back up.

Too cute!

Tannis said...

picture me making a sad face:( I am barfing my guts out and have to cancel for tomorrow. waaaaaahhhhhh! Jessi is calling you. Dont want to give my bug away, sorry, want to be selfish and keep it.(i am sooo lying)

Carla said...

he is adorable. i think its sweet that he uses his own names for kids. he's just creative like his mom!

Jude said...

I love that picture of him with the cars! You guys all keep talking about Kal's blog, I think I fouund it once, but now I must go look again! :)

camport said...

Isn't Kal the best?!? Cool card and Joel is a genius!

:) Chrissy

Suzanne said...

What a beautiful boy you have there, he is very photogenic!

Love your artwork on here too. I must give the DCM challenges a bash myself.

Brown English Muffin said...

I love this picture of him lining up his cars!! So sweet...it amazes me when they grasp something new, no matter how simple it is!

Courtney said...

This is great :) We love Kal! I work for a canvas printing company called CanvasPop, and we recently debuted a huge art sale with 42 of Kal's inspirational pieces of work. Thought you might like to check it out: http://www.canvaspop.com/ltd/

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