Sunday, August 1, 2010
Creativity of Small Hands
I have always loved to see the creativity of children.
Whether it is building a sand castle at the beach,
using playdough to make snowmen, building a tower
or bridge with blocks, or using clay to make beads,
it is so interesting to see how each one differs.
Last week my eleven year-old granddaughter shared
with me the most amazing creations I have seen
from such small hands. She used the new thin,
colorful 'sticky sticks' for kids and made a set
of miniature food from a fast food type
restaurant which was SO very realistic
I could hardly believe it was NOT real.
Look at the pictures below and see what you think!
The last picture is a flat clay 'Nativity' her older
sister made last year for me when she was eleven.
The entire nativity measures only 2" x 2.75".
I don't know about you,
but I LOVE the creativity of small hands!
Ice cream sundae, Drink, French fries, Burger w/lettuce & tomato
Size in relation to a penny!
Ice Cream Sundae
Have a blessed week and enjoy the creativity of
the 'small hands' around you.
Thank you, Lord, for our children and granddchildren,
and for the creativity you give their small hands!