Pearl picked out a pack of neutral colored modeling clay one day when we did some solo shopping--or rather duet, since it was just the two of us. I brought it home to present to the other baby dills along with cardboard inserts from the bulbs, an empty brie box, and a clementine crate. I think they deserve a standing ovation for their creations.
Divine's nativity--complete with needles from the Christmas tree. I love the giant eyes--especially on baby Jesus.
Pearl's nativity--she went wild with the animals. My favorite is the white sheep with the black head and legs.
Olive's nativity--with help from her sisters
And Miss Cloves wanting in on the shutter action--who can resist that lipless grin?
Wonderful work! I love the eyes especially.ReplyDelete
Can't wait to show their creations with my sister and brother-in-law. I love the animals Pearl left with me.ReplyDelete
Miss that little lipless, one with the happy countenance.
love love love the art of letting children go wild with imagination...and getting to see the different outcomes. they are all beautiful in their own way.ReplyDelete
Those are fantastic! What a great idea.ReplyDelete
Out of the hands of babes.ReplyDelete
Katy, your girls obviously got the Knudsen art talent. What beautiful treasures they have made, and how fun! I love it!ReplyDelete
oh my gosh those are so cute. I love all the animals! Standing ovation(s) for sure.ReplyDelete
Can they come over to our house and make us one?ReplyDelete
I think you found your next Etsy shop item!ReplyDelete
Wow, those are awesome! I found your blog from your comment on V&co. You're so lucky to have 5 girls! I had 4 boys and then finally one girl- I'm so happy to have her! I love my boys but having a girl is great! Happy Holidays!ReplyDelete
I love the animals as well! I think Pearl and I may be kindred spirits. I am blessed to be in such exceptional company.ReplyDelete