Kid's Arts & Crafts Ideas & Projects - Crafting with Fiskars
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Reserved for Sharon- "Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me." Psalm 51:10 Let this be your prayer every morning and see how He is able get you started on the right foot:) This would be a great gift for anyone---for their desk at home or at work, on a shelf or side table, or to hang up in any room with other treasured artwork or frames. Approximately 5 1/4" x 5 1/2 " in size, and 3/4" thick, it is ready to hang. (sawtooth installed on the back) This pine…
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Personal Pizazz by Lindsey
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Mixed Media Flowers - Kid's Art Class
My Example The girls in my after school art class worked on a mixed media project for the last two weeks. In the first class, we talked about color and picked out papers that would compliment the color scheme they wanted to use. Then we covered the canvas panels with old book paper using mod podge. They painted the canvases using credit cards and various textures (bubble wrap, plastic drawer liner, etc.) to make impressions. The girls then cut out their flowers and leaves. In our final…
I Made a Valentine
Last evening I spent some time with friends, new and old, and we sewed and laughed. I taught them my techniques for painting with Neocolor II crayons. I forgot to take my camera with me. :( Here is what I made during the demonstration. A valentine. I found the quilted neutral background with pink border in my stash. It was a leftover from another project. I drew a basic heart shape onto some paper. I like to use Carol Doak's Foundation Paper for this process as it tears away fairly easily…