Category Archives: art

Coloring Fun

Hello Dear Readers!

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Today Dot and Mae have a gift for you!

They’ve made you several pages for you to color! If you look up at the top of the website you will see a link called COLORING PAGES. Just click on that and it will lead you to a page loaded with pictures for you to download, print and color!

The pictures are PDFs. If you don’t have Acrobat Reader click on this link and you can download it for free.

To get to the page you want to color, click on the link underneath the picture (or on the picture itself) and it will open up a new window with the picture in a full size version that is ready to print. The images may take a little bit to open, so be patient!

Stay cool and have fun!

If you have any problems with the files, drop us a note and we will try to help you with it!

Picasso’s Thoughts

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Dot and Mae always try to do something creative everyday, but there are times when it feels like you don’t know what you want to do – like you get kind of stuck or run out of ideas. Has that ever happened to you? Then suddenly you’ll see something or talk to someone and you just get flooded with ideas of things you’d like to do! It must be that way for most people.

“The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web.”

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Happy Flower Girls

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Dot and Mae found these lovely little flower girls and they were so lovely and charming they just had to share them with you. The flower girls were created by a Cuban born artist named Elsita who now works in Los Angeles. If you would like to find out more about her, or see more of her artwork you can visit her website. Dot and Mae just adore these flower girls – and they hope you do too! Dot and Mae would love to invite the flower girls over for a fun tea party – wouldn’t that be great! Continue reading