Recently, I had the opportunity to instruct a paint party and bring desserts. We painted my butterfly and sunflower piece, which was very fitting to the occasion when you think about the process of how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly and turning 16 years old.
I taught this painting back in July and I love how different the results are. Click HERE to see more from that event.
It was a lovely party. Each of the girls received matching t-shirts with their name on it, painted together, enjoyed good music, and danced the night away. I’m honored to have been a part of this celebration for Aniya. I know she’ll remember it forever.
Thank you Shundra for the opportunity. Check out the photos below.
Peace and Love!
“When a caterpillar bursts from its cocoon and discovers it has wings, it does not sit idly, hoping to one day turn back. It flies.” ― Kelseyleigh Reber