As a kid I remember drawing on almost anything I could. In self defense my Grandmother kept a stack of paper, pencils and a few crayons in her kitchen and encouraged me to stick to those surfaces. Oh, and there was a small blackboard with some color chalk.
I loved those materials but now and then I strayed; I drew in chalk on the wall, the porch and the sidewalk, I drew with sticks in the mud, I drew on paper napkins, I drew with berries in the kitchen sink, I drew with a blue crayon on a pillow case.
I think the blue crayon on the white pillow case upset Grandma the most.
So let’s just say that after the “pillow case incident” I got the message about staying on paper or chalkboards.
Recently (as an adult professional artist I might add) I’ve had the opportunity to do some pattern designs for pillows! White luscious pillows covered with my art! Childhood dreams do come true! Or perhaps people now-a-days are simple more okay with me drawing on the pillows? http://www.shopvida.com/collections/sue-clancy
You can see a video of me making the blue star pattern on YouTube: https://youtu.be/cAx88mwARqo