Wishing the Dads, caregivers & guardians
of our precious children,
a Wonderful Father’s Day Weekend!
As a small gift from me to you to celebrate this special
weekend, here’s one of my coloring pictures.
I hope you’ll print it off for a child or children to color.
Before you print this picture off:
Click on the image to open it in it’s own window.
At the top of your browser on the far left hand side choose ‘File’, then choose ‘Print Preview’
At the top of the print preview page is an option for ‘portrait’ or ‘landscape’
Try both and choose the one that fits the picture to the page best.
Then print the picture off.
My June ‘2014 Wreath of the Month’ is my most favorite wreath that I’ve ever made.
*I made the wreath base out of empty water bottles.
*I sculpted the critters, trees, lily-pads,
boat & fisherman out of polymer clay.
*I made a hook out of wire and sculpted a little worm for it.
I used fishing line and hung the worm on the hook
from the fishing pole that I made out of a toothpick.
I used some shells which my late Grandma in-law gave to me.
I added a bit of salvaged paper raffia for sea-weed.
I had the best time creating, sculpting and decorating this wreath.
It’s a fun wreath and has gotten many compliments.
The men and boys in my family especially like it.
Fishing has always been a big part of my family.
A fishing trip would be an enjoyable way to celebrate Father’s day.
Here’s why I’m making a ‘Wreath of the Month’ for every month of 2014.
Here’s a photo of the way I made the wreath base out of empty plastic water bottles.
I used shipping tape to hold them together