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Girl Scouts - Art Badges 

Available sessions to fulfill your art badge requirements for PAINTING and DRAWING
Experiment with different materials.
Learn how to add shading.
Get some perspective.
Learn how to use watercolor paints.
Use your imagination!
Build Confidence as an artist!
Make your masterpiece—and show it off!   

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Draw class - 60 minutes- No experience needed
Draw options for each class: Underwater Adventure, Dogs, Pets, Mermaid & Friends, Submarine, Seahorse.
Supplies we will use:
  • Paper
  • Pencil HB
  • Eraser
  • Blending tool (Stomp, Kleenex, or q-tip)

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Watercolor Painting Class -No experience needed
60-minute class Options: Fancy Fish,  Snail, Frog, Hedgehog, Alien, Owl, Attitude Bird, 
75-minute class Options: Sleeping Puppy, Flamingo, Dog Bunch, Cat Bunch, Sea Horse, Hei Hei Rooster

Supplies :
  • Paper - Watercolor Paper or Mixed Media Paper
  • Pencil and Eraser.
  • Plastic Straw
  • 2 qty - Cups of water.
  • Paper towels or napkins.
  • Paint Brush.
  • Paint tray for watercolor (Use the lid to the watercolor paints)
  • Paint - Watercolor paints - Crayola or Craft store brand  (I will be using Winsor & Newton) 

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Create Class - 60 Minutes  -No experience needed
Pop Up Art - Fish, Alien, Monkey, Fun Eyes Monster, Bird
Supplies we will use:
  • Paper -two pieces of thick white paper ( I use Cardstock)
  • Pencil And Eraser
  • Scissors
  • Glue Stick
  • Markers
  • Black Marker

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Complete the Form  Below to Enroll
This form is for Individual Enrollment
Upon submitting the form you will be directed to choose your class(es) and tuition payment page to complete enrollment

Troop Leaders Only
Complete the Form  Below to Find Out More About Having Your Troop Draw, Paint, Or Create

This is a great way to get some information for your Troop. The more information you can provide the better we can plan the best experience for your Troop!  Thank you!

Q:  How do I enroll in a LIVE ONLINE session?

Enroll in the class of your choice with just a few easy steps.

1) Submit enrollment contact information in the form below.  It is very important that you provide accurate contact information (particularly a valid email address that you monitor).  I need to send you the online class links in order to have access to the class online.  I will be using the email address you provide at this step to send the link.

2) You will then be directed to begin selecting the particular class session(s) that you would like to purchase.  They will be added to your shopping cart.

3) Checkout & complete payment.

Monitor the email address you provided for an email from me with the class access links (  I strive to be responsive within 24 hrs.  Suggest adding to your safe sender list to ensure it reaches your inbox instead of the spam/junk folder.

In this class, your artists will learn to draw then paint. No drawing experience is needed for this class! No experience needed!

Students should start logging into class about 10 mins before the scheduled start time. This allows time for you to resolve any technical issues with your device's connection.  If you are using a battery-powered device (laptop, Ipad, etc) be sure it is fully charged or connected to the power supply.
I will use this time for students to show me any art they have completed and any questions prior to starting the class session.

First thing, we will go over the supplies needed for the lesson and will ask each student their name. I encourage students to use the chatbox during class for questions. If they have an answer to my questions they are then allowed to unmute to answer the question. I love class participation!  Especially when we learn from each other about art!

Then I will begin the step by step process of drawing out our character in easy to follow instructions. Each step will be broken down to the simplest form by using common shapes like circles and lines.  My favorite is comparing shapes to food!  Like a potato or a pizza. This frees the artist to allow for imperfections in their initial sketch. Once we build our character out, we will add details, texture, shading, and form to our drawing. If it is a painting we will add these using watercolor paints.

My teaching style is very patient and fun! We love to laugh and enjoy being creative together. My passion is to inspire kids to be creative in hopes this will build their confidence as an artist and as an individual. Each student is important and contributes to the class.

At the end of class, each student is given the opportunity to show their work on the screen and tell the class about their work!  This is a big confidence booster!  You can see how much they worked and listened in class when they hold up their final art piece!  Thank you for encouraging your artist to be creative!