Pretty Things in Raya’s Room

Mama Donna here. I asked Raya’s permission to enter her “room” .  Most often, as I drop by her room, I catch her creating something,  or I just see the finished product on display, or I find her “inspiring” her heart and mind with books, magazines or DIY/craft websites.

Created and hung 5 or so years ago.  It represents God's angel guarding her room.
Created and hung 5 or so years ago. It represents God’s angel guarding her room.

 

Are you ready to see pretty things?
Are you ready to see pretty things? (Raya was only five y.o)

 

Raya's Bulletin Board beside her door using cork board and chalkboard paint
Raya’s Bulletin Board beside her door using cork board and chalkboard paint

 

She did say that her room can get messy.  I say it’s a pretty kind of messy that feels like a breath of fresh air.   So let me show you several products of her room, the factory of pretty things.

Let me start with what she does  with canvas boards (available in any bookstore):

All girls love Instax!
All girls love Instax! Acrylic on canvas

 

Little girl peaking from a hot air ballon ( Gino at two y.o. called this Hot Bear Alloon!)
Little girl peaking from a hot air ballon ( Gino at two y.o. called this Hot Bear Alloon!), Acrylic

 

Inspired by a painting technique in one HomesCool Art lesson, Raya worked right away !
Inspired by a painting technique in one HomesCool Art lesson, Raya worked right away ! Acrylic

 

Raya read the book, "Shiloh" for her HomesCool Reading/Language Arts. It was a story of a boy and a beagle. We then had some lessons on how to draw a beagle and then she did this on her own.
Raya read the book, “Shiloh” for her HomesCool Reading/Language Arts. It was a story of a boy and a beagle. We then had some lessons on how to draw a beagle and then she did this on her own. Acrylic

 

This is no longer in her room. It was sold for a little boy's room in an art exhibit by L'arc En Ciel.
This is no longer in her room. It was sold for a little boy’s room in an art exhibit by L’arc En Ciel. Acrylic

 

This is the newest addition to her wall.
This is the newest addition to her wall. Paper cut outs pasted on canvas.

The one above came from a  room decor tutorial video from youtube.

A rose for Lola Emma's 80th is now in Lola's room
A rose for Lola Emma’s 80th is now in Lola’s room.

 

Mini Canvas with easel and paint pot
Can you spot the cap of a glue stick? Mini Canvas with easel and paint pot

 

Her doll's easel
Her doll’s easel

 

Spash lots of craft paint and add wooden letters
Splash lots of craft paint and add wooden letters.

Then there is also lot of sewing going on here:

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Doll clothes (except the pants)

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Pillow cases

 

Instax Case
The prettiest Instax case!

 

DIY stuff toys
DIY stuff toys

 

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UP, UP, UP and AWAY! When Gino was two y.o., he called this Hot Bear Alloon!

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Jumpers of a favorite friend
Jumper of a favorite friend

 

A DIY Rabbit names Puddles
A DIY Rabbit named Puddles

 

An apron for Tita Chel for Christmas
An apron for Tita Chel for Christmas

 

A gift for Papa
A gift for  Papa

 

More doll clothes, doll stuff
More doll clothes, doll stuff

 

And here are some of her sketches:

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Sometimes she just wants to make something out of everyday stuff:

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Doll accessories from small boxes, old DVD case, and lots of cardboard

 

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Raya loves watermelons as decors. Inspired from a craft website, using rocks and acrylic paint
Raya loves watermelons as decors. Inspired from a craft website, using rocks and acrylic paint

 

As I look around Raya’ room, I see God’s blessing on her hands and her character. My prayer is that she will remain faithful  to Him and productive for His glory!

Proverbs 31:  13, 17-19 She selects wool and flax and works with eager hands. She sets about her work vigorously; her arms are strong for her tasks.She sees that her trading is profitable,and her lamp does not go out at night.In her hand she holds the distaff and grasps the spindle with her fingers.She opens her arms to the poor and extends her hands to the needy.

 

5 thoughts on “Pretty Things in Raya’s Room

  1. Hello! While we love the other inspiring posts you share on your blog, our most favorite is Raya’s Room and the cool things she makes! 🙂 My daughters are 5.5 & 7 y.o., and I wish they grow up to be as creative, resourceful, and artistic as Raya! 🙂

    Happy 1st Anniversary, HomesCool.ph! Keep on inspiring and being a blessing to other homeschoolers like us! 🙂

    Zendie Reply

    1. Awww, thatss so sweet Wish Raya can meet your daughters too one day. Thank you for always supporting. May God Bless you!

      donnasimpao Reply

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