I am obesessed with my girls’ drawing. Maybe because I don’t have any drawings of mine left when I was my girl’s age.

My mom saved every awards, an apron I made and even a perfect attendance slip but not my writings or sketches.

I often wonder if my drawing was as good as my girls or how it woul feel like compare to my kids’.

So again, I traced my 4 years old Claire’s drawing and colored it with copic markers. I am very happy with the result and want to share with you today.




1.Let your kid draw on a quality paper if you want to use color markers. If you want to use water color, give her/him a watercolor paper.



2.Trace the sketch with a Sharpie marker or any black pen. Then erase pencil trace.



3.Color with Copic markers or with any color pen you have.



4.Cut by hand. Leave a bit of  white space.



5.Chose a scapbook paper that goes well with your drawing and glue them using Tackey glue or school glue.


IMG_38306.Finally, color a bit of shade and let your little artist sign on her/his master piece.


I am going to frame this picture today and will enjoy forever and ever. 🙂


Have a creative day today.



  1. your daughter sketch is so wonderful , she is as talented as momma … *I wish my daughter (8) want to drawing like she used to drawing when she was a little, now her drawing object most is ‘a dinosaur and friends’ LOL – no way I will trace that , its too hard…

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