Kim & Karen 2 Soul Sisters

Kim & Karen 2 Soul Sisters

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Halloween Tennis Ball Art Project

so u got old tennis balls and need an idea? u go...just look at the pictures...i think u can figure it out...3rd graders did, huh?



Georgia Bulldog




hippy chick



computer teacher


tennis anyone?




baseball player



punk rocker

fishy fishy

french girl


hey..........have u seen the new disney "spooky buddies" monster mash video?...well, u should...Spooky Buddies Monster Mash love watch it and get ur spooky monster mash on!


Tuesday, October 25, 2011

nursery rhyme time...

nursery rhyme art...just a few is the art...u guess the rhyme...

 Oh yeah...Humpty Dumpty...

Baa, Baa, Black Sheep...

Jack and Jill..

There was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe...

these are very baby, baby...i am thinking kindergarten or first grade at the most...

i just really like that Band-Aid on Jack's head...what about Band-Aids?...aren't they the cure all?...have you ever noticed when a kid gets hurt and there is any blood involved, it is Band-Aid time?...i have even had kids squeeze the injured spot to get blood out so they can be worthy of a Band-Aid...ever wonder the history of the Band-Aid?...well here it was all about a good husband worried about his wife...

Earle Dickson was employed as a cotton buyer for the Johnson & Johnson Company when he invented the band-aid in 1921. His wife Josephine Dickson was always cutting her fingers in the kitchen while preparing food.
At that time a bandage consisted of separate gauze and adhesive tape that you would cut to size and apply yourself. Earle Dickson noticed that gauze and adhesive tape she used would soon fall off her active fingers. He decided to invent something that would stay in place and protect small wounds better.
Earle Dickson took a piece of gauze and attached it to the center of a piece of tape, and then covered the product with crinoline to keep it sterile. His boss, James Johnson, saw Earle Dickson's invention and decided to manufacture band-aids to the public and make Earle Dickson vice-president of Johnson & Johnson.

ending with a lullaBYE...
shawn mullins (from atlanta), 1998


Thursday, October 20, 2011

School Auction - Ceramic Platter

Starting to think about our school are to platters that we painted in the past. The top one was renered by Tallahassee Artist, Anne Hemple. (Previous post on Anne Hemple) The bottom platter was created with our Latin Theme. Pretty simple....easy to do and a good cost effective way to help raise $ for the school via art class.
See related post to School GALA below:


Monday, October 17, 2011

Sunday, October 16, 2011


by karen 1965 third grade what about a simple scarecrow? hurry?...need a quickie?...hey bloggers, get ur head out of the gutter...try these cute scarecrows...

easy, i tell u

need big scarecrow ideas?....check out this book...

need big scarecrow?

since the scarecrow didn't have a brain, i tried to think of songs with the word luck...found this though...and i decided it was good enough...and prolly true...

happy sunday, october 16, 2011!

Saturday, October 15, 2011

make a cake or bake a cake?

by karen #1965 third grade teacher so...would you rather make a cake or bake a cake?...or better yet...what is the difference?...well, when you make a cake, you make it with art stuff...when you bake a cake, you bake it with grocery store stuff...
hey...speaking of grocery store stuff...i had grocery store feet when i was a kid...did u?...they looked like this...

can you tell the difference in a cake you make and a cake you bake?
well, let's see...can you tell which one is fake?
here is cake #1

here is cake #2

 so which cake is fake?
i said, are you ready????
the anticipation is killing you, isn't it?
the fake cake is...
wanna hint?
you are correct!  the fake cake is cake #2!
my smart, artsy daughter made cake #2
we had to purchase the goods to make it at walmart
cake #2 was more expensive than cake #1
a very sweet grandmother made me cake #1 for teaching her grandchild
oh the benefits of teaching children....yum yum...
(donna summer, 1978)
someone left the cake out in the rain  
I don't think that I can take it
'cause it took so long to bake it
and I'll never have that recipe again
Oh, nooo!
happy saturday, october 15, 2011
p.s...i like to make cakes...with art stuff...just sayin' cakes..ahh...not so much....
p.s.s....wanna cake chocolate pie that minny baked?

can't say that i do...

p.s.s.....i think i goofed...i thought this post had not been posted...i thought it was a draft from back in i was just fixing it with the new cake thots...and i went to preview it...and i saw comments...i had already posted it...oh well...bloggers goof sometimes...and maybe you didn't see it before....maybe you needed to think about grocery feet...maybe you needed to laugh at the thot of minny's cake......i just do not like "miss" hilly...she is the biggest jerk...did you know that she is ron howard's daughter?...ron know, opie taylor...

ron howard as opie on andy griffith

bryce dallas howard "miss" hilly with her dad

the scene from the help have realized that minny baked a dang chocolate pie...not a i still left it...i used the strikethrough tool...never used it before...
now remember this folks...
u is kind....u is smart...u is important!

Friday, October 14, 2011

Lots of Apples!

Need ideas for Johnny Appleseed Day? 

Have a L👀k!

so i shall end this post with a little flo rida...

Flo Rida, 2008
Let me talk to 'em
Let me talk to 'em
Let me talk to 'em
[Chorus (T-Pain):]
Shawty had them apple bottom jeans (jeans)
Boots with the fur (with the fur)
The whole club was looking at her
She hit the floor (she hit the floor)
Next thing you know
Shawty got low, low, low, low, low, low, low, low...