An Art Gallery for the Homeschool Studio

Art Gallery in Homeschool Room

Hello!! How have you all been?? Things here have been well, more than a little up and down of late…. I feel like the clouds are starting to part though and our days returning to normal (albeit a slightly different normal than before).

I don’t know about you, but for me, when unexpected things happen, I tend to want to hang on to what I have here, and in some kind of weird way, show that I still have control over something (I know, it’s something I’m working on)… and so, like I do, I culled and rearranged our homeschool studio πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

I thought I might show you around a little.

Before

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We had this really wonderful world map wall decal. I’ve moved that now to the other side of the studio. We still have the hanging lines (on the wall above the coloured pencils) for the kids to clip their most recent art, but now we also have….

After

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This simple little art gallery that I (and the kids) are just loving! It looks so beautiful and colourful…. Sarah suggested we cover the whole wall!… I may just do that.

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* And if you are wondering where Sarah got her beautiful dress, no I didn’t make it (I could never in a million years!) It was made by Kim atΒ Magic Hollow Creations. We have a few of her creations and each is made so beautifully.

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8 Comment

  1. Oh you’re back! I was beginning to worry! Ok, I sound a bit like a crazy stalker but I really missed hearing about your homeschool days.

  2. I love BOTH your before and after pictures! So lovely!

  3. Such a simple transformation, yet so lovely!

  4. Absolutely lovely! You have fostered such wonderful artistic talents in your children. <3

  5. So happy to see a new post πŸ™‚

  6. Oh yay, I’m so pleased to see this studio gallery!! Great work, little artsits! Kirsty (from Artventure) xx

  7. I was missing you so much. Its so wonderful to see you back. My older boys – Reet and Rish ( 5 & 4) regularly look at Jack and Sarah on your blog. They consider your kids their Australian friends. Reet had started to ask me where’s Jack. Please say our hi to the kids. Sending them love from India.

  8. …And Sarah looks so grown up suddenly!

    Also, whenever you feel like sharing the challenges of a “new” normal, please reach out. Sometimes talking to perfect strangers help. You have been a big inspiration in our lives. Only last week I read all your blog posts – first to last post, as I wanted to follow the journey of Jack and Sarah to derive inspiration for raising my boys – 2.5, 4 and 5 years old. Please keep writing, we eagerly wait to see Jack and Sarah, and your beautiful journey with them.

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