Sip and Gogh Session

I know she loves to draw but I haven’t seen her in action with a paint brush.  This session costs about 1,000 pesos complete with materials and snacks.  I heard about this from my officemate when she attended a session and said that even kids can do it.  I called the studio Sip and Gogh and booked an open session scheduled on one Saturday afternoon.  We were there 30 minutes early to give her a chance to choose her artwork to copy and spot to paint.  She was so excited! She was the smallest one there so I was apprehensive if she can really paint. Acrylic just so happens to be one of the simplest medium because it dries fast, you can take your time, and you can correct mistakes by painting over the area once it dries (but luckily she didn’t).  She was served brownies, biscuits, grapes, and orange juice.  When she finished she exclaimed “Nanay lahat dun sa sip and gogh gusto ko. Pati yung pagkain naubos ko!”.  That was how much she likes it. Even now she kept on asking when will she paint there again.
I reserved a date for her birthday and asked her to invite 20 of her classmates to join her in a session.  It is the maximum number that the studio imposed for a kid’s open session.  So I’m limiting the list to whomever she wants to invite. Note to self.. this is not my party hahaha! 

The first layer of paint

Painting the cherry blossom tree.

Signing her name

The completed painting!

Don’t worry we’ll paint again on your birthday 🙂

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