Yesterday Carmen suddenly decided that she wanted to write a guest post. I have recently read two interview posts that people did with their younger siblings (one is on a private blog, but the other is here) and I thought they were hilarious. So today I have an interview with Carmen for you to read. Continue reading “Interview/Guest Post With Carmen”
Time for another diary entry by my Holland Lop, Clementine! I hope you enjoy this month’s entry. 🙂 Continue reading “The Diary of Clementine – Entry #13”
What is a Wuzzing, you ask? Well, that’s exactly what we want to know! The Art Lab is hosting it’s very first art contest, and anyone can enter!
All you have to do is create a mythical creature called the Wuzzing. You may use any art supplies: colored pencils, clay, papier-mâché, you name it! Then you can make a profile for it. What is it’s diet? Where does it live?
Be creative with your Wuzzing. Will it have feathers or scales? Wings? Hooves? Or maybe all four of those combined! When you have finished your Wuzzing creation, send a picture of it to email@example.com, along with the profile you’ve created. We’d appreciate it if you can use the email, but if you can’t, then you can post your Wuzzing on your blog and send us a link in the comments. The deadline is February 16th. On February 17th, Allison (a fellow ArtLab artist) will post the results of the Wuzzing contest. You, the readers, can vote on which Wuzzing is your favorite. And one more thing – the winning Wuzzing will become the official mascot of The Art Lab!
Here are the only requirements:
· You must use actually physical art supplies; no graphic designing, please!
· You must email us/post the picture of your Wuzzing by the 16th.
· You must also leave your name (or the name you use online) with your entry, so we know who to give the art credit to. You may also give us the address of your blog and we’ll link to it in the post.
I think that about covers it all! GO MAKE A WUZZING!
Hey guys! Here’s the next part of the Sister’s Q&A. We haven’t done it in a while! Continue reading “Sister’s Q&A, Part 4”
It’s over! The Best of 2016 Blogging Awards is officially done. Now it’s time to see what the wonderful nominees won. Let’s get started, shall we?
Hello fabulous fans! It is I, the amazing Clemmie. There are a lot of things I need to inform you about. I think there’s at least four…
This post was inspired by Grace. 🙂 It’s in the POV of an imaginary bird, but I did go acorn-searching on Monday. 😛
Last Wednesday I decided to take a picture of the sun every minute as it went down. I have written down the account of what happened. Continue reading “A Photography Failure”
Wow, it’s been awhile since we posted the last part of the Sisters Q&A. Here’s part three! Continue reading “Sisters Q&A: Part 3”
(See the other parts of Inchy B here)
Flashback from the end of Part 14:
On the Melter and Boiler there was… nothing. No pan with inchworms waiting for her.
Inchy B was speechless. She stared at the Melter and Boiler in a daze. Where could the inchworms have gone? They told her that they would wait until she got back.
Inchy B’s creative juices were as thick as mud at that moment, so when she heard something, her mind could hardly tell her what it was. Foot… feet… foots…
Inchy B furrowed her brow (quite a feat for inchworms) and shook her head. Steps! Footsteps! Footsteps = human! HIDE.
Finally her creative juices started rushing around in her brain again. A human was coming!
Inchy B backed into a corner just as the human stomped into the kitchen. She was holding a small baking tile in one hand. On the tile were a few clay items. Inchy B noticed (with relief) that there were no worms about to go into the Bake.
The human opened the Bake’s door. She was about to put the tile with the clay items in it, when she noticed something. Inchy B heard her utter something in the language of the Humans. It sounded like “hmmm”. Inchy B gasped as the human picked up Albert and looked at him.
Shrugging, the human stomped away noisily, carrying the albino inchworm along with her.
Inchy B didn’t stop to think. She did think, but she didn’t stop, because she hadn’t been moving before. She went over her options.
Option 1, I could stay here and be safe, but then I probably would never find Albert and the others. Or, option 2, I could follow the human and risk being seen. But maybe she’ll lead me to the other worms.
Inchy B decided on option 2. She flapped her small clay wings and rose into the air. Then she veered slightly and went out of the Room of the Bake, in the direction that the human had gone.
The human was much faster than inchworms, even if Inchy B was a pegaworm. When Inchy B got to the next room, the human was out of sight. Restraining the tears, Inchy B clumsily flopped down onto a nearby bookshelf to rest and think.
But she had only wondered if chickens had clear eyelids before she heard footsteps again. The human came around a corner and walked away, still carrying Albert.
Yay! INCHY B IS BAAACK!
I finally know what the rest of Inchy B is going to be like! 😄 Up until now I didn’t really have a certain plot. But now I know what it’s going to be like. JUST THREE MORE PARTS, guys! (Or maybe even two! It depends on how many pictures I need to take to describe it well. 😉 )
Hello, one and all! The great Clementine is back. I almost didn’t write an entry for this month, but I’m squeezing it in, just for you.
Hey guys! It’s time for the second round of the Sisters Q&A!
Time for another random post!
This one will be like my previous one, but the facts aren’t just about me. 🙂