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The Cutest Clip Art Ever: Kawaii Bubble Tea

Inside: Bubble Tea Clip Art Hello! It was National Bubble Tea a couple of days ago so I decided to make some bubble tea clip art. I haven't made any new clip art in a while so it was lots of fun to work with those cute little faces again. FUN FACT: This yummy but high calorie drink from Taiwan has a LOT of names. It's also called boba, pearl shake, momi milk tea, pearl tea, black pearl tea, black pearl shake, boba nai cha, tapioca tea, and even more. Although it traditionally has tapioca balls in it (the ones in the bottom of the cups) the "bubble" part of the name actually comes from the foamy bubbles on top. Bubble tea also comes in loads of flavours, hence the many coloured teas!  If you're interested in buying this set of Bubble Tea Clip Art you can find it in my Teachers Pay Teachers shop. IF YOU ARE ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER TO THE BLOG then you're going to receive a free sample of this set in your inbox in a couple of days. Don't subscribe yet? Then j

New Sugar Skulls Clipart: Free Coloring Page

Happy September, Friends!

I have some new sugar skulls clip art to show you.

Sugar Skull Clip Art


New Sugar Skulls Clipart: Day of the Dead

I've been meaning to make these beauties for over a year!

I just love all the different variations you can see online now.

The first time I saw a sugar skull I have to admit it kind of creeped me out. But the more I really looked at them and started to appreciate the colours and artistry, the more I started to love them.

As I'm sure you already know, sugar skulls are part of the Day of the Dead Mexican holiday (when deceased family members are honoured).

I did a little research and learned that the sugar skulls (calaveras) are either decorative and made of clay, or edible and made out of sugar. The calaveras made out of sugar are decorated with coloured icing, beads, foil and feathers! Both types of skulls are made for children or for altar offerings.

If you do a quick google search you can find tons of sugar skull recipes!

But if you're like me, and not so much into cooking, then you can buy the digital ones and print them out:)

In any case, I hope you like my version of the sugar skulls.

If you decide to purchase you'll receive 12 images in all (8 by 10 inches). Nine of them are coloured and three are black and white. There are three styles each done in three different colour palettes.

View Sugar Skulls on Teachers Pay Teachers.

Thank you for stopping by!


PS I have a free colouring sheet for you. This comes from the clip art set.

Click image to download



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