EEPA! EEPA! EEPA! HOCHANDA!

Run, don’t walk! To Hochanda.com to see the latest episode of Stamp Addicts!

Sarah and Vicky will demo some fun products and brand new stamps to dress up your Easter cards and crafts!

Stamps by yours truly will be featured, as well, so EEPA! EEPA! EEPA! ONDALAY! Over to Hochanda I’m on my way!

HOPPY ST. PADDYS TO YA! KIDS KOLORING & KRAFTING KONTEST


Head on over to the Sherry West Art Coloring & Crafting Group on Facebook for our Hoppy St. Paddy’s Day Kidz Koloring & Krafting Kontest!

WHO: kids 0-18

WHEN: March 14 to March 17

WHERE: Sherry West Art Coloring & Crafting Group

WHAT: Hoppy St Paddys To Ya! Kidz Koloring & Krafting Kontest

HOW: See below….

To join this event: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SherryWestColoring/permalink/2345579325576607/

To join the group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SherryWestColoring

For: Kids Only! 0-18

Hop to it!
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Little Debbie Does Dolls

We are the local Little Debbie Snack Cake distributors , so we see her face on all our product. So, I suppose it shouldn’t come as any surprise if she subconsciously shows up in my artwork, lol. Totally not intended but pretty cute, nonetheless.

Doll design in progress

HOCHANDA TV SNEAKY PEEK!

Wednesday, March 17th, we have another Hochanda TV episode with more great stamps from Stamp Addicts!

Tune in on March 17 on Hochanda,com! Search for Stamp Addicts on Rewind.

If you can’t make it, you can always catch up and watch the Rewind!

Great stamps from Stamp Addicts, including those designed by yours truly!

Hochanda.com

StampAddicts.com

SherryWestArt for Stamp Addicts.com

E.T. Phone Gnome

Here’s a friendly little gnome

Looking for a friendly home.

He doesn’t want to be alone,

And he doesn’t have a noisy phone.

He won’t eat much,

Or be overgrown.

So, can he, pretty please,

Come to your home?

He (and she) are available from Sherry West Art NOW!

They’ve got lots of outfits, accessories and elements for lots of fun paper doll play, Cardmaking, journaling, scrapbooking and more!

Contact me:

SherryWestArt@gmail.com

It’s almost summer, dincha gnome?

B is for Bug!

Do you want something to keep yourself and the kids busy?

Are your kids bugging you being stuck at home?

Covid is driving everyone buggy (see what I did there?)!

So, since we are all bugging each other, why not put all that extra effort and energy to good use?

Here ya go!

One easy-peasy-lemony-squeasy bug-infested worksheet or two to keep your little bugs busy and not pest-ering you…at least for a few minutes. (It all depends on how long it takes them to complete the worksheets.)

My kids need a little extra practice on their handwriting, so I figured it’s easier and more fun to acquire those skills with something silly like these pages. They won’t even know they are learning something useful! (Hee hee).

These pages should print out just fine on regular white 8 1/2 x 11” printer paper. I scooted the images over to the right so you could 3-hole punch the pages and put them in a binder to keep track of.

I’m planning on doing this every week with my kids. I thought you might want to do it with us!

To get the unwatermarked worksheets, you can friend-request me on Facebook or join the Sherry West Art Coloring and Crafting Facebook group.

https://www.facebook.com/sharongwen.west.1?lst=100008164620162%3A100008164620162%3A1605713039

https://www.facebook.com/groups/SherryWestColoring/

Come on over and feel free to bug us!

These remain the sole property of Sherry West, Sherry West Art @ 2020. All rights reserved.

Not for sale, resale, or other purposes other than personal enjoyment.

Not to be shared, transferred, sold by any means.

B is for Bunny, T is for Trouble: the Trouble with Bunnies

Folks always assume an artist can draw Anything.

Ím here to tell you that’s Not So.

See that bunny up there?

That´s my 10th bunny today, or somewhere thereabouts. Or would that be Thereabunnies?

Yoúd think something so absolutely adorable, soft, round and squishy would be easy to draw….but not just draw it, but make it Look adorable.

Earlier versions of that bunny were not particularly adorable or attractive, and certainly not something folks would want to color, put on their cards and send to family members for Christmas.

Ím just glad this particular bunny finally decided to cooperate or Íd probably still be sitting here trying to figure out how to get him to.

And that’s the Trouble with Bunnies.