By Mindy McIntosh-Shetter
When my children were young, we used to walk to preschool.
As we walked, we would review the letter of the week, colors and simple math.
On the way home, we would discuss what they learned in school and stop for snack at our local pizza parlor.
But when spring came, our routine changed. We still continued to review what was learned in school but we also started observing nature.
As luck would have it, my daughter was a flower collector. She could never pass up a patch of flowers and in doing so I was always caring home fists full of poesies. While the dandelions, clover, wild carrot and violets were beautiful, I always was looking for a different way of holding my daughter’s collection.
Then one day it came to me. Why not create wearable flower art that she could take with her to class. So Read the rest of this entry »