Monday, June 14, 2010


After watching the "Alice in Wonderland" film by Tim Burton I bought the original "Alice" books by Lewis Caroll. I read them and was amazed by the story. 
I can still remeber the white rabbit in the Disney version and I really like him. He is always rushing around trying to beat the time because he is so afraid that he might be too late. 
So I decided to draw the white rabbit from "Alice in Wonderland". 
The drawings in my book are so beautiful that I chose to draw this rabbit and not the Disney version. 
Finally I have to say: "Oh dear, oh dear! I shall be too late!"

We are always looking at our watches, trying to be in time and to squeeze everything in the 24 hours of a day. And sometimes we just forget to look at the nice things in life. So please don't forget to look at the rainbow!

Summer starts on June 21st!
Therefore the word for next week is "Summer"!
For more information see our previous posts.

Monday, June 7, 2010

Sweet 'n' Tasty

For me the essence of sweet and tasty is a fresh and ripe strawberry. I can't resist them and as soon as the first strawberries appear in the supermarket I have to have them.  My secret wish: a strawberry as big as an orange.

I am a huge fan of sweets. I like cookies, cakes, muffins and anykind of chocolate. I really do. 
So when thinking about sweet 'n' tasty I immediately thought of a cheesecake. I really like it topped with cherries. 

And here the reminder:
We would like to invite you all to join our challenge.
We will post the word(s) of the week on Sunday and then we all have one week (till Saturday evening) to create our approach to this word(s). If you want to share your work with all of us (and that would be really wonderful) then mail it to us till Saturday evening. We will post yours and our two pages on Sunday for everyone to see.
It would really be great if you would all share your pages with us.
So, just create a page, take a photo, reduce the size so that it fits into one e-mail and send it to us (

The words of this week will be: “Time”!
We really look forward to your approaches and hope to receive lots of mails.