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#1 Posted : Friday, November 15, 2013 3:11:04 PM(UTC)
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Being an elementary teacher,who loves kids and drawing, I just couldn't resist, cartooning what kids might think of our craft shannigans. I did a series of kid cartoons for a university project,where the children commented on the decisions made by their teachers from their pint size point of view. Thought it would be fun to imagine just what they might be thinking when they observe our craft obsessions and projects. Also read where some were commenting that the boards were slow, so decided to jump in with a little humor. Hope you enjoy :)

CRAFTER'S KIDS #1

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Originally Posted by: KauaiMelody Go to Quoted Post
Being an elementary teacher,who loves kids and drawing, I just couldn't resist, cartooning what kids might think of our craft shannigans. I did a series of kid cartoons for a university project,where the children commented on the decisions made by their teachers from their pint size point of view. Thought it would be fun to imagine just what they might be thinking when they observe our craft obsessions and projects. Also read where some were commenting that the boards were slow, so decided to jump in with a little humor. Hope you enjoy :)

CRAFTER'S KIDS #1



LOL LOL LOL
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#3 Posted : Friday, November 15, 2013 4:52:51 PM(UTC)
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LOL LOL LOL



LOL LOL LOL Right back at ya!!!

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too funny!!! Love it! Kids will learn one day-when they grow up and have kids of their own- that sometimes a 'happy place' is just an area where kids aren't allowed. LOL

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#5 Posted : Friday, November 15, 2013 9:57:25 PM(UTC)
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too funny!!! Love it! Kids will learn one day-when they grow up and have kids of their own- that sometimes a 'happy place' is just an area where kids aren't allowed. LOL

Jyce


LOL LOL Love

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too funny!!! Love it! Kids will learn one day-when they grow up and have kids of their own- that sometimes a 'happy place' is just an area where kids aren't allowed. LOL

Jyce


EXACTLY!!!!!LOL LOL LOL
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Thanks for the laugh MelodyBigGrin
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#8 Posted : Saturday, November 16, 2013 9:36:04 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the laugh MelodyBigGrin



Hi JeanP, with all of your Hostessing Responsibilities right now, thought you could use a little laughter in your life , so I made this just for youBigGrin Wink

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Oh so true what our kids are saying if they stand outside our craftrooms lol I love the comic so appropriate.

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Originally Posted by: KauaiMelody Go to Quoted Post
Being an elementary teacher,who loves kids and drawing, I just couldn't resist, cartooning what kids might think of our craft shannigans. I did a series of kid cartoons for a university project,where the children commented on the decisions made by their teachers from their pint size point of view. Thought it would be fun to imagine just what they might be thinking when they observe our craft obsessions and projects. Also read where some were commenting that the boards were slow, so decided to jump in with a little humor. Hope you enjoy :)

CRAFTER'S KIDS #1



Are you in my craft room?
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