Spring Spirit Logo Contest

This banner design is watercolor acrylic and pen. Teamwork—plant seeds, water, and magic! The contest’s objective was to capture the spirit of spring—hence the title, appropriate for children. I am thankful for this opportunity. #SCBWICANorthCentral #artofscbwica

Sisters Are Not Puppies

“L” is in the clouds with new baby sister “E” to kiss and hold. “Babies are so cute!” “I think so too, I love babies.” “I love her.” “Me, too!” “I thinks she loves me.” ‘I think you’re right. Baby E knows your voice.” L nodded. “Inside Mommy’s tummy Baby E could hear us talking. That’s why…

This Dusty Book

#Classywrite handwritten- Prompt 74 “This dusty book holds locks of your hair, from infant days and childhood fair. In dreams you skip up to my inviting arms, and once again you are safe from all harms.”    

Where Animals Come From

“Grammy, we were catching worms at school today! Why do they eat dirt?” My on the fly response, “Well, worms eat dirt because someone has to.” My four year-old grand girl then related a story of her preschool teachers instructing them about animals. “Grammy, did you know God made beautiful animals and things? God made…

Final #Illustration as December’s Featured Illustrator

I chose this submission for the bright colors and whimsical design. The original was a 3-foot wall panel mural for a children’s room and painted in acrylic. Thank you @BethanyTelles @angliecarjaxon of #SCBWICANorthCentral @SCBWINorthCal #artofscbwica for the honor of showcasing a bit of my art. #ebwriter 🙂 I’d love to do it again!