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    • I just found this on Pinterest…and love this. Your daughter has amazing talent and it will bring her many hours of pleasure.
      Can you tell me if she just did it on the craft paper on the 1 side with the sharpie markers. I run a daycare and think this would be Awesome as a group project for my schoolage kids. Thanks for posting

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      • Do you mean the brown Kraft paper? I tried it on wax paper, it looks ok but it’s messing up the markers.

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      • I’m sorry, I’m not sure why it says wax paper. The paper she used was very cheap paper on a roll, usually found in a toy store. Good luck. Amy

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      • Repinned on pintrest today. Going to try to find that paper. How does it do with regular markets? I have a 2yr old & a9 yr old. Dont want to give the 2yr old sharpies. Love it btw!!!!

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      • It appears this post has grown wings! I can’t wait to buy sharpies and try this with my ten yr old. Thanks or the inspiration.

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      • It was all Sophie! You should make one along with your 10 year old. Coloring is a great stress reliever. I like to think of it as a mini vacation. -amy

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      • It has grown wings! I just pinned this yesterday and 3 people have pinned from me since! Sophie is a wonderful artist. I to have a studio and my kids have played with at since a very young age! I’m looking forward to seeing to the results of them growing up

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  1. Led here from Pinterest. Love this! Pin I followed said this was on waxed paper but I see your clarification. You have quite a budding artist on your hands!

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    • Yes, She did that during spring break. I’ve always had an art studio & she has had something creative to do. But, when she brought that up, I was truly shocked. She is going to be so happy that her art got me 1552 hits today.

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  2. I seen this on pinterest and thought it was so pretty!!! My girls are always looking for something different and fun to make, especially when it comes to them drawing or coloring! Your little one did and amazing job :)

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    • I was an art teacher to a preschool. I found that if you put a paint brush in the hands of 3 year olds, you learn so much from them. Their freedom, no fear of making a ugly picture or a mess or someone won’t like it. Changed the way I painted. She is amazing. She’s 11 years old. I signed up for your emails.

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  3. I, too, found this on Pinterest this morning. I teach third grade and have two granddaughters, so I was interested in this project. The pinner had written that this was done on wax paper, but that didn’t seem like it would work to me, so I checked out the link to your page. Lovely artwork!

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    • Sophie is an amazing mystery to me. I question how she knows how to do all that she does. Thank you for complementing her art, I know she will love it & put it in her file.

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  4. This is awesome. Please tell Sophie I think she is a gifted artist. I pinned this changing the waxed paper to inexpensive crafting paper. I will also be linking to this on WeeFolkArt.com’s Facebook Page. ~Kimara~

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    • How wonderful. I was a preschool art teacher & learned most of the things I do as art from the little or wee fearless hands, that make the most amazing things. Sophie will love to read your words, thank you for changing it to crafting paper & linking it with your website or blog…amy

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    • That’s so cool! Sophie asked me to reblog this so she can have everyone see my stuff b/c she feels guilty that she has gotten over 5,000 hits this weekend, I’ve never had hits like that in one day, my top was 503 or something. Sophie is so sweet, she wants to use the popularity of her hits, to bring me high numbers. That is a daughter’s love. I hope your daughter’s have wonderful time, tell them the it took Sophie a week to to make it, because hers is so big…I finally remembered when she made it-spring break.

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      • That is amazing… Your daughter is an artist! Found this on Pinterest. Since I’m a mom too, and I’d be curious why I’d have so many hits on my kids pic, I figured I’d comment;) I’m pinning this as well so my lil folks can try it too!

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    • i love this piece of work..i have a 3 year old grand daughter and did not want her to work with sharpies they smell and leave stains on the hands so i tried a few other pens we had and the one i loved the most is the crayola brush markers in lighter colors then i took a sharpie and did outline work it turned out so nice…

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      • Hi Bridgett,
        Yes, sharpies are very stung smelling & I think you came up with a great alternative. I will pass your compliment on to Sophie. ~amy PS I just figured out how to find old comments that I was unable to reach before this morning. I’m sorry for that.

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  5. I too found this on Pinterest (with that same incorrect caption – I wish they would indicate who made the caption). Is this done with regular markers? Sharpies? Paint? Thanks.

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  6. I too found this on Pinterest and I love it!! As the mother of a 3 year old boy I am excited to try this…. he might end up looking like a rainbow for a few weeks, but that’s ok :)

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  7. I am loving this. I am thinking the paper you refer to may be the newsprint rolls? I want to let my grand daughters loose on a project like this and would love to see these kinds of results. I love the stained glass effect. I also saw this on pinterest.

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  8. No one can match the heart, truth and innocence that is in a child’s art. That’s what makes is so irresistible. It seems like we, as older ones, are always trying to capture what they already have.

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    • This artwork caught my eye immediately,! it’s beautiful,amazing for a 10 year old. Sophie certainly has the talent.i am wondering if a large roll of freezer paper would work?. I teach art also to k through 8 and this would be a wonderful project for all levels.

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      • Not freezer paper, I’m sorry. She used the cheap paper on a roll from a toy store. The paper has to be thin to allow the light to come through. Sophie is an astounding artist. Thank you for your kind words & I would LOVE to see what your grades come up with, I could post them on my blog!!!

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  9. I, too, found this on Pinterest! I LOVE the piece of art she created! She did an amazing job! She has motivated me to teach my own children about the history of stained glass and allow them to create a piece of “stained glass” as your daughter has done. Thank you so much for sharing!!! :)

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  10. Wait, it’s beautiful and I’m dying to do this with my kids but I’m now confused. Is it not wax paper?
    Btw, your daughter hands are blessed. How amazing, this budding young artist.

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  11. You can also find that cheap drawing paper at Ikea. They sell a cheap easel set and the paper is sold separately. I like this project for me or my grandchildren. I found this site through a pinterest link on friends FACEBOOK status. …Its getting around.

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  12. I love this and your daughter is so gifted! What kind of paper did you use (name or brand). I would love to do this with my girls!

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  13. I love this idea….maybe I will let my 5th graders do some of this for my art room windows. Thanks for sharing!

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  14. Found this on Pinterest. It’s totally awesome. I’m going to try it for the window on my back door, at least until I can afford custom stained glass. This is awesome.

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    • Wow, I’ll be sure to tell Sophie. Use paper on a roll found at toy stores, like kids R us…Remember in looks great on one side & it should be a window that no one sees from the other side, unless you color that one too! Amy

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  15. Thanks for this great idea. I found this on pinterest, sophie should do pinterest with her art, i would definatly follow her ;). My 4 year old loves markers and we are about to re decorate his room, I’m so excited to try this with him. Thanks again sophie

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  16. Your daughter is amazing. Gods blessing to your family. I will trying this with my preschoolers Make it into a quilt. Thank you.

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  17. I’ve been wanting to put a “stained glass look” on my living room window. This will work great and will be something I did instead of something bought and I can change it without much cost.Thanks so much. Found this on pinterest.

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    • just remember that both side won’t look the same, so if you do make one, make sure the window is in the back of the house or you can just color the other side too!

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  18. Pinterest led me here too. I thought it odd that it said wax paper because I thought sharpies would smudge and as you note it is not wax paper. I just don’t know where to find this very cheap paper on a roll – is it white paper? It looks like it lets light in so a clear or wax paper quality makes more sense. I sure hope I can find the paper. If you find it online can you post a link? Thanks!! Your daughter is quite the artist.

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    • Toy stores carry paper on a roll, look in the art section of toys are us. You can look online, just make sure you are looking for children’s paper, that way you know its cheap & see through. Good Luck!

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  19. We used a roll of crafting paper found at Hobby Lobby for $7.99. I used your idea for a group craft project over a weekend church retreat. It turned out beautiful!!! I attached a link to a picture below. Thank you for the wonderful idea!!

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  20. Like all of those before me I found this and repinned it on pinterest too. I just want to say how great you’ve been responding to every comment. I hope pinterest continues to bring you success and traffic. Thank you for sharing Sophie’s art with us. You can tell she put in much effort and thought into all of the boxes.

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  21. I’m 27 years old, I’m an artist, your daughter is so lucky to have you as a mother. I know your daughter is only 10 but I watched my friends parents tell them no to art schools while my parents embraced my art and sent me to 3 different art colleges, good for you. Love what your children love. Be happy with what makes them happy. And be proud of their talents, no matter what they may be :)

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    • I wish you luck in your field! I support what makes my kids happy b/c, I want them to be happy! I am an artist & have had an art studio in the house for as long as they remember. If they wanted to hang around with me, they did art…their way. Although when it comes to paint, there were days when I couldn’t handle the stress! :) Thank you for your sweet words.
      Amy

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  22. What a beautiful work of art. I saw it on pinterest and was curious because it said waxed paper. We may have to get some of that cheap rolled paper from the toy store. Please let your daughter know that her work continues to be appreciated.

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    • I tell her everyday. She is one talented girl! No waxed paper, she did hers on cheap rolled up paper from the toy story, cheap so it shows through, but I would maybe put something under the paper so it doesn’t bleed though. Not sure if Sophie did that or not. She did it on the coffee table while watching tv.

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  23. Thanks for the clarification regarding the paper. I did this art project with wax paper with my class, but it didn’t come out as vibrant. Will use the toy store craft paper next time.

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  24. Thank you for being so patient with the waxed paper questions. The minute I saw it, I knew it couldn’t be waxed paper. Ever since starting pinterest, I’ve been going to the original source because of issues like this. Thank you for sharing such beautiful art! I’ll be following your blog from now on- I appreciate your spirit and willingness to let your kids be kids :) All my best to you!

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  26. So just exactly what kind of paper is it? I have read on hear wax paper wont work, just wondering for my 9 year old.

    Thank you & beautifil art

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  27. I also saw this on Pinterest and am glad I checked out your blog to learn that it shouldn’t be wax paper – I’m putting together a little packet of Pinterest-found crafts for my moms group tomorrow night and am definitely including this! Such a gorgeous piece that your daughter did – tell her to keep up the beautiful work!

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  28. Your daughter is a blessing from God for you! And
    she is using her God-given talent to bring you more
    attention! Amazing. I’m not sure I know exactly what
    the paper is – I’ll check it out. But I wondered it you could
    use clear contact paper; leave the backing on during process,
    then remove and double back onto another piece of clear
    contact paper. Just a thought – then you could frame with
    craft foam or craft sticks to hang in a window. Another
    thought for handing is using craft glue to paint on the back
    of the contact paper to make a window cling.

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    • Those are wonderful ideas to try. I’d watch for smearing though. Sophie came up with the idea on her own. I found the paper on a roll at a toy store (not a chain) the paper is similar to cheap office paper. She is a gift, she amazes me everyday!

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  29. It’s November Thanksgiving Eve…and we are pinning this picture. It’s so beautiful! My husband loves stained glass and is so impressed. He wants my daughter and I to start this project right away. (Christmas gifts for grandparents)
    It’s a good thing to have a long weekend, Happy Thanksgiving!

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  30. Your daughter’s artwork is amazing. I will be rep inning this for future use with my daughters. I may even be mentioning this on my blog, but will be sure to give you, your daughter, and your blog ALL the credit. Thank you for sharing!

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  31. Fantastic work! Found it on Pinterest and have been sharing it ever since:) Just shows the effect a creative parent and creative environment (studio area in the house) can have on kids. I trained in Fine Art and my wife is a Kindergarten Principal so I’ll definitely be passing this on to her.
    Yayyy Amy!

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  32. Haha! I feel bad you have to tell people OVER and OVER, it is cheap, thin paper on a roll from a toy store! I read all of the comments and posts because I wanted to know what kind of paper was used also. This is absoultely amazing. I have a door just like the one in the picture also. I do not like the fact everyone can see right through it, and my apartments refuse to change it out. This is perfect! too bad Sofie can’t make one to cover the whole glass piece for me LOL! SHe is amazing! Thanks for the inspiration :)

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    • Thanks for letting me know that you read white thin paper. Aaahhhh, happy me. I don’t tell my daughter much about compliments anymore because her head has gotten too big & she is giving me art ideas all the time…

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  33. I just pinned this onto my crafty page and changed the paper description to thin white paper!!! Sophie is very talented, she must be 11 by now hope you have some more of her art work on your blog just going to look now! Thank you for posting this

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    • Sophie is 11 now. She has not been doing much art now that school started & she has begun playing in the school band. Its the summer that she has time to put color to paper.

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  34. I found your daughter’s art work via a google search for stained glass projects for children. My pre-k/k kids will be doing this project this summer. You have an amazing little artist on your hands!! Please thank her for her inspiration!

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  35. Newsprint can be acquired at your local newspaper. I got a roll nearly 6″ in diameter for the best price possible…FREE!

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  37. Thank you for sharing your daughter’s amazing art work. I am a stained glass artist and was recently asked to teach art at small Christian school for the remainder of the school term. While looking for some ideas for elementary children I came across the picture. Maybe my fourth graders can tackle this on a smaller scale. Thanks again for the share to inspire the rest of us.

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  38. So… just found this today on Pinterest! I’m in South America, so “craft paper” isn’t on the store shelves. Could you describe it so that I could find something like it? Is it like onionskin paper? Or more like newsprint? Thanks… and sorry to bother you!
    ~Rosalinda

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  40. I shared this on a page that I admin on facebook, Parenthood 101. It is in a Craft album that we have. I provided a link to this page in the description of the photo. I hope that was ok. Let me know if you wish for me to remove it.

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    • Please don’t use wax paper, I’m not sure why it says that. The paper she used was on a roll. The paper is thin & cheap. When she came us stairs to show me I saw that you could see colors on both side, I suggested she hang it in her window. She stuck it to her wall. – Amy, Sophie’mother

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      • The original pinner said that it was made on waxed paper. She must have just been guessing but it’s still on Pinterest with that comment so everyone thinks it is on waxed paper. She needs to correct it.

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    • This is a coloring done by my daughter, who was 10 at the time. She made it up. She used cheap paper on a roll & colored it with hat sharpies. The paper on the Rommel is like office paper but really thin. Hope this help. – amy

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  43. Another neat thing, take crayon shaving between wax paper, low iron till it mealts. Makes it like stain glass, so many ways to change this up.

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      • I do to. She takes my Tuesday art class with three other girls & I gave them two color choices for their canvas. Sophie’s colors where shockingly disappointing to me, but she was happy with what she had done, then she added her theme & her painting blew me away. The whole time, she knew what she was doing, while I assumed she didn’t. I don’t know why I do that, she has been shocking me all her short life!

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      • Yes, we could make ourselves crazy if we thought about all the chemicals we put into our personal space and our planet as a whole. So I say if we can do a few simple things to cut back, all the better.

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  44. I am addison and I am 9 years old and I tryed the wax paper and markers and it worked good and if you can try to send me more stuff if you have anymore ;)!!:)!!!!!!<3

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    • Hi Addison,
      Do you want more art projects? Or more examples of Sophie’s stain glass? She only made the one drawing because it took her all of spring break.

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    • That is the result of having an art studio in the house her whole life. And going to almost every child art class I taught.
      She has paint in her veins instead of blood :) -amy

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  46. That is awsome you should be proud of your creativity little one im gonna try it. You could put pices in between to pieces of glass and hang in window or cover a window on a door etc. Good job!!!!

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  47. looking at doing this as a VBS craft with K-5 graders. Just wondering does it take the sharpies awhile to dry. Did she find that they smudged on the waxpaper at all?

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    • I’m sorry-wax paper is a mistake, I wish I could change it! Sophie used a cheap roll of paper that came from a toy store. The paper is like very cheap & thin office paper-except on a roll. It can smear a bit so work from top to bottom! Most artwork should be done that way, that way you wont drag you elbow through paint or markers

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    • No tutorial needed. It is cheap paper on a roll, found at toy stores. The paper is thin. The markers she used was sharpies, she drew different squares & rectangles & drew random things that come to a 10 year old mind. That is it! ~amy

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  48. The reason everyone thinks this was done on waxed paper is because the original pinner said it was. She was obviously just guessing and should go back and remove her comment or correct it.

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  50. Can I just say that I love how you take the time to comment on the responses here? =) I also found this via Pinterest and it’s going on the list of things to do with my son this summer vacation. Thank you for the wonderful idea~

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  51. I think this looks really good and effective. I live children’s work. I’m hoping to use this idea for a Year One class. As part of a leaving present for their teacher. She has a small window above the fire exit door that is blacked out and I think this would be a perfect replacement to keep for next year. Fingers crossed we can make it look so good. Well done Sophie!

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    • Hi Kailey- Not wax paper, I don’t know how that got there. It is a cheap paper on a roll. Usually found in the “art” department of a TOY STORE. It feels like office paper, but has a bit of a shine. I hope you can find some!
      ~amy

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  52. Your daughters work is very creative and awesome! I hope she continues with her artwork! Thanks for sharing with the world so we can all enjoy it!

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    • Buy cheap white art paper on a roll for kids-found in toy stores. Color your design with Sharpie. Protect table beneath, the markers might bleed through. Thats it! ~amy

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  53. You can make a little money off this page by becoming a amazon affiliate. Link to the craft supplies your daughter used so people know what exactly to buy. If anyone buys them you get a percentage. And the best thing is, if they buy anything else by following your link you also make money on those things. By the way I love the piece. Found it on Pinterest.

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  54. HI Sohpie’s Mom. This is a STRANGE question I know but, does Sophie have Attention Deficit Disorder? The reason I am asking is that my daughter & son and myself all have some form of Add or Adhd and the 1 variable that links us ALL together is this disorder is that we ARE ALL HIGHLY CREATIVE!!!! Those kids can come up with most artistic things that adults just sit in amazement that a child made the piece. It is the same feeling I got when I looked at Sophie’s faux stained glass picture!!! It is something that shows a developed imagination far beyond her 10yrs at the time.. All I can say, Add or not, is GOD BLESS HER AND KEEP HER AND MAY HE ALLOW HER TO KEEP CREATING!!!
    By the way, I ran into this on Pinterest!!
    Blessings to your family!

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    • Thank you for your blessing for her. Sophie doesn’t have add or adhd, I think that she is very creative because she has had an art studio in the house her whole life. My family has been into the arts of one form or another for three generations. I think that is in her DNA to be artistic!
      Thank you for repinning on Pinterest!
      amy

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  55. Hi Sophie, I also have just come across this on Pinterest, I thought you might like to know how to find which of your pics have been pinned, anyone with a blog or web site can do this, just replace your site name with theirs, I was quite surprised when I tried it to see how many of my photos have been used http://pinterest.com/source/2me4art.com/
    love your daughters work, going to try it next time my grands come visiting

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  57. I thoroughly love this pic & reading the numerous replies!! We all agree that your daughter is very gifted. Pls continue to encourage her to create!!

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    • For now, Sophie has moved on. She is 12 & care for fashion, boys & YouTube. I will patiently wait for her interest to return in her own creative juices-Amy ;)

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  58. Found this on Pinterest, and repinned it…then yesterday tried it with my 5 yr old twin grandaughters…you have to give ideas sometimes of what to draw but just as fun and its now hanging on my glass door to backyard! PS…sharpie ink comes off skin with baby wipes, or Fresh Wipes….easy clean up!

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  59. Can u send me exact directions on this? I’m running our churchs art table @ vbs july 21-25…this is perfect!

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  60. Like most everyone else, I saw this in pintrest and repinned it. I was looking for several things and this popped up. I’ve decided to use the idea on the bathroom window in my new home since it didn’t come with a frosted window and I didn’t want everyone seeing right through into the bathroom! I think it will be a wonderful fix!

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    • I do. Or I did. She has tucked art away for a while to become a contrary preteen. I know when she returns to it, it will blow me away. Thank you for reposting~ amy

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    • This was made up by my 10 year old daughter during spring break. She used sharpies on very thin & cheap rolls of paper. What you see is how to do it. She first drew a few blocks & colored them from her imagination. I hope you attempt it, she had a blast!

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  64. Oh Sophie, thank you for such an exquisite and inspiring piece of art. My granddaughter and I will be making themed versions of your “stained glass” beginning with a panel of apples and another of hearts. (I too, corrected my pinned description from wax paper to rolled easel paper. )

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    • Sophie was pretty great at ten with art…but now she is a preteen who has no time for such childish things…crazy, huh? You’re welcome for the follow. & thank you for following me! -Amy

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    • Thank you for posting the site for the paper! My daughter is a very gifted artist. She has now reached the age where she is anti-mom. So she will not create anything. But she will again, because like it or not-she is an artist.

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    • Yes. Amazingly it hangs on her wall. When she finished it, I told her I wanted to photograph it. But when it flowed behind her, with me following, it passed in front of our kitchen windows & I saw what it could be. Then I had her hold it to the window. I told her that she could tape it to her bedroom window, but she wanted it on her wall as she intended to when she made it. She is aware of its popularity & is shocked by how many make one for their windows. I am so glad you love it. I pass on all compliments to her. Sophie is a talented kid. ~amy

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  65. Thank you for the follow! I can tell your blog oozes with inspiration. I surely will like visiting. I am a grandma, who wants to draw and paint. I feel a bit inhibited.. Not sure why..People tell me to just do it but where do I start?

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    • The fear of failure inhibits you. I taught myself & felt the same fear. Then I told myself that what ever I made is for the trash can. It took away the fear of failure, because I already knew it was trash. BUT i made sure i found the one spot i did like & questioned myself why-then made sure to apply what I did learn by doing to the next piece of trash. Making art is one of the bravest things to do-once childhood is over. Good luck. Copy Sophie, she was nine when she made this on her own. ~amy

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    • She is shockingly, maddeningly so. She made that on her own at the age of 10. It hangs on her bedroom wall & when she thinks she has outgrown it, it will be mine! Thank you, Jim. Nice profile dog. I had a solid white husky that was my shadow for 10 years, he died last february & he took a large part of my heart with him. ~amy

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  67. Came across your lovely photo on Pinterest.
    This is so beautiful and such a great idea!
    I think I might use this idea to hide the view of my neighbour’s trucks. It would disguise the view without blocking the light.
    Please pass on my thanks to your creative daughter for such a cool idea!

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    • Oh, Good luck to you, Jackie! I hope you can find the cheap paper! My daughter is a very talented little girl, then. Now she is a preteen & is to grown up to do art with me. I hope she comes back to it. Thank you for the wonderful compliment. ~amy

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    • When she finished, she brought upstairs to show it to me. I told her I wanted to photograph it, the art flowed behind her & then it passed in front of a window, it was then, that I asked her to hold it to the deck doors to photograph it best. It was then that we realized it looked like stained glass. Thank you for liking it. ~amy

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    • She made that when she was 9 years old, by herself, w/o me knowing at all, during one spring break. She turned 13 last Sunday. Everything she does, as far as art is concerned, has always blown me away…I’m an artist & have an in-house studio, she’s always had use of it, but she definitely creates using a much different side of her brain. Thanks for the compliment. ~amy

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  68. Absolutely love this. So colorful and fun. :)

    Oh, and if you are still wondering why this post is still getting hits after a few years.
    I get email notification each time you like one of my posts (and THANK YOU so much for that) and the top ‘great posts worth seeing from Amy’ is always ‘Sophies’ Art’ :)

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    • Wow. That is amazing. Sophie made that when she was 10 during spring break. She just turned 13 & still she is almost always on the top hits for the day. The art hangs on her wall, still. If she ever gives it to me, I’m going to frame it. Thank you, Tracey. ~amy

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      • Sophie made that when she was 10, that was three years ago. I think I posted a painting she did in my art class. But i don’t remember what i named the post.She is also going through the anti-mom thing. All i do is art, so all she doesn’t do is art. Pooh, right? Thank you, Tracey. ~amy

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      • Yup. She flips back & forth from being a little girl one minute to a crazy woman the next. I love those moments when she is calm & happy. Thank you, Tracy. ~amy

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