Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Fall for Autumn Photo Challenge Pumpkin Book Art

~Cheryl Gee made a paper pumpkin out of two old paperback books.  It's a sure sign of Fall when the pumpkins come out to decorate!

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Monday, October 19, 2015

Fall for Autumn Photo Challenge: School Club Election Posters

~Cheryl Gee challenged herself to take 30 days of photos.  This photo of the Student Council election poster  by Megan made her laugh because it's so layered with graphic goodness. Megan, you're only in the 5th grade, but hey, you've got a future in comedy!

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Fall for Autumn Photo Challenge: Not Scary Scarecrow School Door Decor

~Cheryl Gee knows a sign of Fall. Fall is when  brown, orange and yellow poster paper and a Saturday afternoon turn themselves into a not scary scarecrow smiling face door decoration.  Credits:  Kitty Thrift and Julie Thrift 

~Linked at Wordless Wednesday!  Lots to see there, but no words!

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Fall for Autumn Photo Challenge:: Fire Prevention Contest Kid Art


I wish my smoke alarms had pom-pom noses, smiley faces
and Honorable Mention ribbons!
{student entries in a school Fire Prevention Poster contest}

~Cheryl Gee is a school librarian and mixed media artist who finds great delight in her pursuit of creativity. 


Monday, October 12, 2015

Fall for Autumn Photo Challenge


Hi There, Creative One!

Welcome to my 30 Day Challenge: Signs of Fall Photo Edition.

I'm excited. You?

30 days to more productivity and creativity, you ask?   You bet, say I. 

Want to  come along?

Our first "30 Day Challenge" is all about looking around, looking up, looking down, then taking a  photo a day.  Post it on your blog, flickr, Pinterest or your refrigerator door.

Here's a Ted Talk that will got me thinking about fresh starts and creative firsts.

~Cheryl Gee takes photos all the time with her iPhone.
She thinks a 30 day photo challenge is a piece of cake.   Or would that be 30 pieces of cake? 

She thanks her amazingly creative son for the idea to create her very own challenge.

By the way, Cheryl thinks one piece of cake is plenty, thanks.