My camera batteries died after one photo. Reaching for the second set, I realized...they are still plugged in the charger in the hotel eight hours away. Must not be my week!
Anyway, someone brought us a pineapple straight from Hawaii. It smells so fresh and sweet. Andrew wanted to paint it. We picked an old frame from the garage. I cut a piece of cardboard to fit inside and took out our four little tubes of paint. We observed the pineapple's colors and shapes (a large oval with circles all over it, curves for the leaves). He had fun mixing shades of green with yellow and brown. I hung it over the turnip he painted a few weeks ago. He loves seeing his artwork on the kitchen wall, and so do I.
You'll notice the pile of gelatin molds on the counter. Other than the occasional use, they sit forlornly in my cabinet. I'm planning to display them as part of a kitchen Christmas. Do you have pretty kitchenware packed away you can use for a frugal ornaments or accents?