Monday, July 8, 2013

Christmas in July!

I think Im finally back in action!  After a death in the family that has taken up the last three weeks I can finally say that I am back to the drawing board and ready for suggestions for the upcoming school year.  I am working on; hands that count to ten, circus (almost done), and pool party.  post any ideas you have and I will add them to the list!

My Etsy shop is back in full swing so the Remodel discount ends.  It is time to celebrate Christmas in July  you can use the code xmas713 at www.kpmdoodles.com for 50% off  at my website only!!!  The discount is good until next Monday.  Only one week!!!!

As always as soon as I finish a new set it will be previewed her first at a special discount.
Aunt Audrey
1922 - 2013
Love ya!

20 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear about your loss…


    As an idea Police, Law enforcement, and chevron patterned items.

    Lovely Nina

    Lovely Little Learners

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  2. I know this probably couldn't be used by everyone, but I love your style and thought I would ask anyway. I would love a set of South Carolina symbols and such. (The state outline, palmetto tree, flag, state bird (Carolina Wren), etc...If you are willing, you can e-mail for more at gingersnapstreats@gmail.com! If not, no worries! =)

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  3. I looked in your store and didnt see this, but maybe I overlooked it: I would love to see your take on some fairytale characters, like Goldilocks, Red Riding Hood, & the 3 little pigs! I always do a familiar fairytale unit the first few weeks to teach routines/rules/procedures and I havent seen any that I totally love; I'm always wanting them to be your style;)
    Also, I am so glad you took personal time to deal with your loss. You should never have to apologize for that; what a beautiful lady!
    SynonymRolls&AntonymMoments

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  4. I'm sorry for your loss! You have been missed!

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  5. Sorry for your loss. I love your art! I can't wait to see what you come up with.

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  6. So glad to have you back! Your Aunt Audrey is adorable! I'm very sorry for your loss! Cheryl is right-you have been missed!

    I use your school supply sets for my class labels. I'd LOVE to see more school supplies! I'll email you a list if you don't mind! Thanks and Welcome Back!
    Laura
    Peace, Love, and First Grade


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  7. I am so sorry for your loss. Taking time is so important. I'm like the others who have said that you are missed.

    PLEASE PLEASE let your circus have a strong man- you know the guy who holds up his arms on either side to show how strong he is! I need one for my glue song ;) I also would love to see fairy tales or nursery rhymes sets. Also "objects" that are used in the classroom and daily life... think tables, desks, chairs, buckets, beakers, bowls, iPads, cubbies.... some phonics sets would be awesome (rhyming pairs or word families)... and how about a family set (mom, dad, kids, grandparents). Maybe something in that list inspires you.

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  8. It must be the name that makes these women strong. I too have an Aunt Audrey. She is 94 years young and still going strong. I'm sorry for your loss. I'm sure you gained a lot from her that will live on in your memory and your art work.
    Patty
    Second In Line

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  9. Your Aunt Audrey looks like a Hollywood movie star! She's beautiful.


    I have a suggestion--I love your rock star pack for my classroom theme, but my colors are more pinks, purples, bolds, and blacks. I'd love to see the same set in those types of colors.

    Lisa
    Always an Adventure in Kindergarten

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  10. I am so sorry for your loss. It is very difficult to when you have a death in the family. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    I would love to see a simple alphabet. Black and white possibly D'Nealian printing.??

    Thanks

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  11. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. She looks like she was such a lively, sweet person.

    I want to just echo what a few others have asked for, like more fairy tale sets (I saw Goldilocks, just haven't purchased it yet, but will) and school-related things. I would like sets showing kids writing, reading, and doing math. These could be 3 separate sets because I could seriously use that many pics of kids doing academic activities! Also, a playground set would be great, too. Thank you so much for taking suggestions. Happy drawing! :)

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  12. So sorry for your loss!!!
    Fairy tales, tall tales, folk tales
    :)

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  13. I am so sorry for you loss!

    I would also like to see fairy tales, tall tales and folk tales :)

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  14. Would love to see more fairy tales, folk tales, nursery ryhmes, songs(like six little ducks, tiny Tim) and such like the others said. Would also like to see more classroom items too. I would love to see more doodle frames, black lines would be great. Would also like to see your work on life cycles (frogs, butterflies, chickens...). Dot dice and number dice along with ten andtoday 20 frames that are blank and go all the way to be filled in up to 20.

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  15. I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your Aunt. A loved ones passing is never easy. I am glad you are back and ready to create!

    I would love to see healthy food (fruit, veggies, protein, dairy, grains), pond turtles (various positions), folk tales (especially Stone Soup), tall tales (especially Paul Bunyan), and more kids at school - multiple ethnicities.

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  16. I would love to see phonics sets, short vowel pictures, rhyming words, and more!

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  17. I'm so sorry to hear of your loss!!!!

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  18. Losing someone dear is so hard. Prayer is so soothing. I'm so sorry to hear that you lost someone dear, but God and time will help you.
    Judith

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