Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Join our campaign to get our children creating

Hi, it's Maria here again. Thank you to Di for the fab post on Fung Shui. I must admit that I am a real believer but am currently living in clutter central. It really does make a difference when you have space to move and breathe.
Anyhoo, back to todays post. Creativity is such an important part of our all of our lives here at It's a creative world. And, we all agree that it is important for our children to express themselves creatively.
It's so easy to get caught up with league tables tests and clubs that we can easily forget the simple things in life. A quiet afternoon spent painting or modelling with clay. A clean sheet of paper and a jar of coloured pencils ......... Ooh, the possibilities are endless.
Today I thought that I'd share the efforts of my girlie wirlies.
Charlotte is nine and drew herself in the garden on a sunny but windy day.

Amelia is seven and drew herself outside our house on a lovely sunny day.

We would love to see the masterpieces that your children create. All you have to do is email their masterpiece and a few words about them to acreativeworld@hotmail.co.uk before 31st August.

Every child will receive a certificate from us and ONE LUCKY WINNER WILL RECEIVE A £20.00 VOUCHER FOR THE EARLY LEARNING CENTRE.
£20.00 to spend on whatever takes their fancy. All the names will be put in a hat and the winner will be announced here on Sunday 2nd September. Obviously, my girlies won't be in the draw they just wanted to join in.
We look forward to seeing your child's masterpiece soon.
Toodle pip


joy said...

oh gorgeous colours, girls, really love your pictures :0)

Belfastgirl said...

awww fab drawings girls :) I'll have to sit the wee man down today and get him to do something :) He's like his mummy and loves getting messy :)

Flo said...

lovely piccies girlies :)

I'm trying to get my little 'un to play but he is resisting :)

he has just got the Rumble in the Jungle board game and ALL he wants to do is play that.

I'm sure I can persuade him to do something artistic before the 31st though :)