We've painted with petals and printed with leaves, now it's time to petal print! Click to get your free Wonder Wednesday 72 petal printing activity!

Wonder Wednesday 72: Petal Printing

  We’ve painted with a flower petal and printed with leaves, so now it’s time to print with petals! As we learned in the Wonder Wednesday 36 activity Chlorophyll Collage Prints, leaves get their green color from chlorophyll, but where do flowers get their color? Well, it varies. In plants, just like in animals, genetics decide what

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Wonder Wednesday 70: Kitchen Propagation!

It’s Wonder Wednesday 70 and this month we’re growing plants in the kitchen from our dinner leftovers! It’s kitchen propagation! This activity is modified a taste of the  “RE-Grow Gardening” activity from my new book ….. Wonder and Wander   Which released today! Hooray! It’s been 3 years coming, so the fact that today is actually here is hugely

Got winter blues? Pick up a flower bouquet and get painting with Wings, Worms, and Wonder! Click to learn how to make your own petal paint!

Wonder Wednesday 66: Petal Painting

Happy Wonder Wednesday 66! February is the thick of winter, so if your neck of the woods is short on color and foliage these days, hop over to the store and pick up a cheerful bouquet and get petal painting! Once spring rolls around, you can head out for a walk and try this one

This Wonder Wednesday 64 activity completes the Winter Solstice Adventure series! Click to head out into the trees to brew your own evergreen solstice tea!

Wonder Wednesday 64: Evergreen Solstice Tea!

  Did you check out yesterday’s post for 7 ways to celebrate the Winter Solstice? Well, today’s Wonder Wednesday 64 activity completes the Solstice Adventure series!  This month we head out into the trees to make evergreen tea! I love all kinds of tea as much as I love chocolate, so I am especially excited

It's Wonder Wednesday 57! Click to make an accordion style pressed flower book!

Wonder Wednesday 57: Make a Pressed Flower Accordion Book

  Happy Wonder Wednesday! This week is really exciting with the release of my new book Pressed: An Herbarium Inspired Art Journal! I am totally in love with this project and I hope you love it to! So to celebrate the new book and all the potential fun you can have with pressed flowers, I

This post is the first in a 3 week series on pressed flowers from how-to, to ideas on what to do with the flowers you press! Click for practical tips to get started pressing flowers with Wings, Worms, and Wonder!

Pressed for Flowers: Tips for making beautiful successful pressed flowers!

  With Spring in full swing, the flowers are bursting under our feet and over our heads! Creating pressed flowers is fun way to nature journal your spring flower adventures as you explore your natural world. Pressing flowers is a really classic way to create memories of your nature experiences. A pressed flower is like mother nature’s souvenir!

It's Wonder Wednesday! Click to learn to make this Wings, Worms, and Wonder accordion pocket journal!

Wonder Wednesday 55: Accordion Pocket Journals

  Happy Wonder Wednesday #55! Since it’s now officially spring, I thought you might like to make a new simple journal style so you can make a little book of spring blooms, leaves, or whatever you like! This accordion style is simple to make and doesn’t even require measuring if you use paper in a size

Draw spring tulips with style and whimsy! Click to play with this Wings, Worm, and Wonder nature art journaling Spring Tulip Sketch video tutorial!

Sketch Spring Flowers!

  Being half spring and half winter makes March a strange month weather wise. In the past week alone it seems like we’ve had all 4 seasons! I’m happy with either season, although I have a special fondness for winter, but who can resist the early spring flowers? To celebrate the early bloomers, this week

What actions could we take to increase biodiversity in small everyday actionable ways that aren't overwhelming or require lots of bureaucracy?

Seed Swap: Biodiversity

  With our environment under current and constant threat, biodiversity should be at the front of our minds. How are we living for clean and safe air, water, soil, and energy in little ways in our daily lives? What actions could we take to increase biodiversity in a human scale kind of way? By that I mean

Leaves are so interesting, and are a great nature journaling example of how to break items into basic shapes. Click to try a fun WIngs, Worms, and Wonder leaf painting video tutorial!

Leaves: Bent, Curled, and Folded

In my nature journaling workshops and online classes, people often ask me how to draw or paint leaves that aren't flat. I love this question because I love to paint bent, curled, and folded leaves! Leaves are so interesting, and are a great nature journaling example of how breaking an item into it's basic shapes reveals