Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Rooftops. . . at a stretch . . .

Again... again... again... sorry didn't have time to do anything else....

As promised, what my 8, 5yrs olds did with one to two colours.... brilliant, I'm sure you will agree....


I'm submitting this for Mr Toast's at Hot Toast and Jam "Rooftops".... am rushed off my feet getting ready for a three day trip with the school... 40 children ... there could be tears...  and that's just the Mum's seeing the kids off....  wish me luck.....

16 comments:

Wanda said...

Just delightful, and great using fewer colors. Your children have done an excellent job, and I think I'm feeling pretty in pink in your neighborhood.

Missy said...

Those do look great. They all did a wonderful job!

paintdropskeepfalling said...

Lovely rooftops especially considering your short of time :)

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

Looks great to me. I was rushed too. In fact almost forgot. Love the kids efforts.
QMM

Dara Marlynne said...

This is SOOO cute!!!!! Love that it's monochromatic and pink! It kind of has a Seuss-ical feel, which I also love. The kids did a fabulous job as well!!

toadinaboat.com said...

Oh yes, brilliant! Your kids are pulling up your slack, lol.

Heather said...

Love this rainbow of rooftops! Great job kids!and you know i adore your pink village! good luck on your trip! xo

Betsy said...

love the parallel streets of the one! :)

art2cee2 said...

Love them all! :-)

Diana Evans said...

oh these are super!!! what a great look ....love your pieces for "roof tops" this week Catherine!!!!

linda said...

These are so adorable. Am loving the pink as well!

Julia Christie said...

These all turned out wonderfully! I love the various colors!

Have a great trip and good luck indeed!
Smiles

Mmm said...

Love love love this and love your kids did it too. I am SO HUMBLED and TOUCHED. Wonderful job your kids did too. Truly. Wow. TY so much. Very fun illustrations from all three of you.

m7 said...

very nice drawings. And good luck! :D

Cowgirl Red said...

Would make a nice border on a wall. Very creative students. Good luck on your trip. Brave girl. Xoxo

An Unusual Girl Named Christine said...

These are so pretty. I love children's art. What a great idea to limit the colors to two. Sometimes I have my girls draw something for me but I pick the colors because I want it all to match. How naughty/controlling am I?