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Beth Bauer

Beth Bauer

Beth is a freelance writer residing in Fishers, Indiana with a background in print journalism. Her full time job as a stay at home mom allows her to explore the beauty of art and life through her two young daughters' eyesone finger painting at a time.

Sneak Peek: Send Something Beautiful

Coming in October: take an early peek at Send Something Beautiful

FILED UNDER: Making Art / TAGGED: letter, mail, origami, paper, hearts, paper art, snail mail

Chill Out: Learn to Draw Polar Animals

What better way to take a break from the summer heat than by spending a little time chilling out with the adorable Learn to Draw Polar Animals book?  With its simple step-by-step instructions and beautiful full color photos, your child will be drawing snowy friends in no time.

FILED UNDER: Art Lessons / TAGGED: learntodraw, polar animals, bear, snow, drawing

Blogger's Guide to Taking Great Photos : A Glimpse of Picture Perfect Social Media

"Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything." ~ Aaron Siskind

FILED UNDER: Snapshot Inspiration / TAGGED: photography, pictures, social media, image, film, blogging, kids, design, share

Photo Op: Texturing Digital Images: Inspired by 101 Mixed Media Techniques

"There is no right or wrong way to create mixed media art. It is a 'zero-experience-needed' art form that colorful souls thrive upon. There are no limits, no rules. There is no right or wrong way to explore." ~ Jennifer McCully, graphic artist

FILED UNDER: Snapshot Inspiration / TAGGED: mixed media, how to photograph, digital photography, graphic design, texture

Shine On: Tinfoil Fun for Little Ones: From Art Lab for Little Kids

Art Lab for Little Kids, Tinfoil Fun

"I believe that we are born creative; to nurture this quality from an early age is so very important! It is the creative minds among us that help us conquer the biggest challenges in our lives." ~Susan Schwake

FILED UNDER: Making Art / TAGGED: art lab, DIY, art projects, tinfoil fun, preschooler

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