Tuesday, March 18, 2008

"pocket" sized quiet book





This is a much smaller version of the original quiet book I made. I really have enjoyed making this one. It's the size of a jean back pocket. As you can see the front page is just that. On the farm page the barn is the pocket that hold little animals. There is a matching the shapes page and a dress the ballerina page. I have a few more pages to finish. This is actually a project for my infancy and early childhood development class. I really love the class and I think it has helped me to have children of my own. All the information is so applicable so it's easy to learn and remember.

Franny- an artist in the making!


Franny loves to watercolor. I mean she'll sit for an hour coloring! It's a combination of all her favorite things! goo, water, color, brushes! I love how she puts the color right where she wants it. While she paints Himmy draws the contour of her strokes. It has a cool effect huh? Have a great day! love, K

Monday, March 17, 2008

Wordless Monday: Back to School Day

After a week of spring break this explains how we feel as we returned to school today.....

Fun Snack Mix



Put in anything you like! this is what I made for Franny! She loves this stuff and it's any easy/quick snack! enjoy! love, K

Fun Snack Mix



Put in anything you like! this is what I made for Franny! She loves this stuff and it's any easy/quick snack! enjoy! love, K

Easy and Fast Chicken Fajitas!

Wrap one cookie sheet with tin foil. Cut chicken into strips and lightly brush with oil. Sprinkle fajita seasoning on top. Broil for 5-8 min. with oven rack 4-5 inches from top element.
Cut your veggies, throw them in a bowl with minced garlic, oil, salt and pepper. Broil for 5-7 min. Mix chicken and veggies. Serve with warmed tortillas, cheese, and sour cream or whatever you like! Quick and easy clean up too! enjoy love, K

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

VTD Video!

Here's Himmy's VTD midterm. It is AMAZING! Check it out!

video

so, to give some context, this was a midterm project to define a logo that represented VTD (virtual technology and Design, the name of my degree) and then to animate it for 1 minute.