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Magic Marker Monday: Bring in the Clowns

Logan, age 4 1/2    
Everyone started with a color wheel in art class at school. Then they were told to make something with the color wheel included in the picture. And the brown square on the clown's leg...a cast. The clown has a fake broken leg.

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  1. I'm a first-time visitor -- and especially love Magic Marker Mondays! Oh, and Kingston the dog. Looks like he could have lots of slobber to swap, but he's definitely big enough for a good hug!

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  2. Hi Cathy! Thanks for stopping by. It was great to see you and Bob.

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  3. I love this clown! Looks like a mixed media project, too. Building the color wheel in definitely adds a color focus.

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  4. So creative! That has got to be the best clown ever, Logan! :) Your kiddos are so clever, Vanessa -- I always leave here with a smile.

    ~Michelle @ 5MFSN

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