crayons and milk

Meet Lionel May 30, 2012

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Meet Lionel the lion! He is 24 cms tall but wants to grow just a little bit more. He makes little rawrs whenever he yawns and has a red heart filled with love and happiness. Lionel also loves to tan; hence, his golden yellow tone! During his Kit Kat breaks, Lionel combs his luscious mane and look up to the sky because he enjoys analyzing the crazy coo coo clouds.

Have a question for Lionel? Comment below! :)

Pattern: Lion Brand Yarn #90696AD (Little Lion Sock Critter)

Little Red Heart Pattern:


Funny Mondays May 28, 2012

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Ding Ding Ding Ding! May 24, 2012

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I was at my friends house when I heard some lovely music coming from the outside world. It is a sound that everyone will recognize… the sound of an ice cream truck! Below is a poem that was on the wall of a Kindergarten classroom in which I was volunteering in. Unfortunately, the writer is unknown.

Ice Cream 
Ice cream on my fingers
Ice cream on my nose
Ice cream dripping on my toes

Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry too!
Bubble gum, caramel, marshmellow goo!

So many flavours, so hard to choose
But when you think about it
You can’t lose!


I didn’t follow the pattern exactly for the ice cream scoops but I did for the waffle cone and it looks realistic!

My favourite ice cream is French Crisp by Laura Secord :) What is yours?


Funny Mondays May 21, 2012

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Transcending the Material May 16, 2012

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Ben Cuevas: Interdisciplinary Endeavors –

Ben Cuevas

These photos document “Transcending the Material”, a mixed media piece that I created and installed while in residence at the Wassaic Project (an arts collective and residency program located in New York state). The piece was exhibited at the Wassaic Project Summer Music and Arts Festival.

“The installation piece Ben Cuevas chose to showcase at The Wassaic Project features a knitted skeleton seated atop a pyramid of Borden’s condensed milk cans and a cloud of screen prints on Plexi glass suspended above it. The knitted skeleton is seated in the lotus position. The prints are of disembodied anatomical parts photographed in high resolution with diagrammatic illustrative overlays. Ben conceives of the piece as a reference to material culture and Wassaic’s local history (The Borden Company had a condensed milk factory in Wassaic) and a meditation on transcendence.” -Bora Mici

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