Hello folks how are you doing? Sorry it’s been long that I have done any posts. But today I have something fun to show you. Enjoy reading my story of my leaf art inspired by my mamma’s 30-day leaf art challenge. And, some pics inside.
It was late evening and my mamma was doing her leaf art. I was getting bored listening to boring music on the laptop, so i started doing some art. Slowly, slowly it was getting more fun and I was engrossed doing a peaceful art of leaves that Mamma and I had collected during a nature walk.
I was enjoying making this art also because I was constantly exchanging ideas with mamma.
Have a look at what I made:
Cool isn’t it? I used 2 types of leaves – kaniar and ashok.
Those bees that you see, you know mamma spotted them on the pencil holder next to us and showed them to me. I thought they were cute and decided to sketch with my leaves.
It is an evergreen tree, with leaves shaped like a camels hoof, and showy pink flowers.. widely distributed to India but not strictly in Delhi.. fairly common parks and gardens and only occasionally a street tree.
A tall, erect,near-evergreen tree from monsoon forests of Sri Lanka, usually cultivated in a narrowly conical form with short, drooping branches some what like a cypress. It’s long, narrow glossy leaves with wavy edges are distinctive, but the flowers and fruit are concealed within the foliage and are seldom noticed.
That’s it. I might do another leaf art and share with you soon. Keep checking.