Monday, 11 February 2013

Snow Printing and Drawing

More snow today-of the wet, soft and slushy variety. It had made a thin layer on everything and was very slippery. I set up outside this morning, and while doing so couldn't resist a little play myself. The snow was just the right consistency and thickness to show the tarmac perfectly and to cling to whatever object was being used. Unfortunately, by the time the children got in, it was not this way anymore, but was still good for some snow castles and some slushy snowballs which stuck to the fence well.










3 comments:

Linda Sue said...

Love the boxes- mid century design. and of course your faces are always wonderful and pleasing! We have had zero snow so far this winter! very surprising- It may wait until July...

Carole said...

Sarah, now I want snow....well sort of want snow....no wait....no snow....! Anyhoo, your snow pictures and patterns are fun. Are snowballs banned from your school playground?

Leenie said...

A true artist at heart cannot resist a blank canvas. Your creativity is so joyful. It's so fun to stop by and see where you've left your smile.