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BABALLA. Hacía mucho tiempo que no os contaba nada para hacer con los peques en las tardes de lluvia que seguro tendremos este invierno, así que hoy ¿de quién es esa huella dactilar?


Para empezar podéis explicarles a los peques qué es una huella dactilar y que es única y esas cosas, por aquello de que a parte de pasarlo bien aprendan algo... y luego a PINTAR!! Materiales: una esponja cortada en cuadrados pintura de dedos cartulinas blancas uno o varios rotuladoresde colores Cogéis los distintos cuadrados de esponja y los empapáis en las pinturas de dedos, pero ojo sin que queden pegotes, se trata de que quede impregnada de color Y hacéis una paleta de colores... y ahora es muy fácil, simplemente tienen que poner su dedito y ponerse a poner huellas por donde y como quieran. que si un gusano, que si una niña, que si una nube...

Este tipo de dibujos les resulta fácil y sobre todo hace que tengan que pensar y pensar que hacer con sus deditos. Make a Mod Podge Silhouette Canvas. How To Make Your Own Patterned Paper. This is the old blog from Peony and Parakeet.

How To Make Your Own Patterned Paper

Welcome to follow the new blog at post is also found in the new blog, go to: While preparing moving to a new house I have tried to avoid big projects. So I have done quite a lot of paper crafting recently. One of the easiest and quickest things to do is to make patterned papers. I use Canson sketch paper (90 g in thickness) and whatever paints and pens I possibly have. I think that sometimes more really is more, so I call these "More Is More" papers! Now I am going to show you one of the easiest way I know to make really rich and colorful paper. 1) Paint the background with watercolors. Use circular strokes. Dry the excess water with tissue paper here and there to create some lighter areas. 2) Make doodles with markers. I love to use PITT artist pens here. I like circles and swirls but you can doodle what ever comes to your mind. 3) Continue doodling with gel pens. 4) Color areas with colored pencils.

Monday Fun, Tuesday Fun. My Monday Fun history class was on Native Americans yesterday. We made and played a stick game. Made sand drawings - the easy way. The kids drew Native American symbols on sandpaper with crayons We finished up with little tipis. Today at co-op, we made some optical illusion drawings. Then the kids played games. Bookbinding Tutorial by =JamesDarrow on deviantART. Owls, Foil, Glue, and Shoe Polish. (original artwork by David, grade 5) Art Club, Grades 1-6 This is one of my all-time favorite projects.

Owls, Foil, Glue, and Shoe Polish

The technique has been around for years, and I've loved using it several times with my students. This time around, our art is of owls and leaves. We first planned our compositions, paying attention to all of the positive and negative spaces. 1. **I've noticed on Pinterest some people think we used coloring book images. 2. 6. 7. Once you've filled all of the spaces, rub over the whole thing with black shoe polish, wait a few seconds, and wipe off.

A couple of you have commented on the color- the results will be an aged silver metal look, something along the color lines of pewter. Yes. When I was hanging these up, parents, teachers, and kids all stopped to ask about them- I love being able to tell my Art Club artists how much people enjoy their art work! Make it a wonderful day! Humble Art – Toilet Paper Roll Art. Do you ever give any thought to the humble toilet paper roll?

Humble Art – Toilet Paper Roll Art

Sounds like a stupid question? A piece of cardboard, destined for the recycling bin and unremarkable household supply? But, maybe, it is not that banality? Just check out this blog, to see amazing work of those artists who have turned the inglorious brown toss-away into beautiful and inspired design goodness. Toilet Paper Roll Pixel Art from Beru Betto [link] Crafty artist Beru Betto has a tutorial on his blog which shows you how to turn your paper towel rolls into pixel art. Paper Flowers. Toilet Paper. Paper Emoticons. Caps. Colour chain. Wax Circles. Splatter Monsters. Bubble Art. Carpet Weave. Balloon Dolls. Painted Eggs. Eggbox Glasses. Stone Dolls. Thumb Print Faces. Inspiration monday. I recently came across this fabulous little birdie how-to over at non dairy diary, and i was so inspired that i declared that very moment "play time"!

inspiration monday

Start by painting some watercolor splotches on your paper...... and then outline them with a permanent marker. add eyes, a beak, and all those other birdie things...... and you have a nice little flock of chickadees! But why stop there? And mousies..... and bunnies......oh, my! Cyberspace is jam-packed with spectacular ideas...... let inspiration and a little play help you to put your own spin on them!! Cookie Book. Animal Board. Cap Magnets. 4817-1372647443-11.jpg (500×667) 32 Awesome Things To Make With Nature. 25 Of The Best Toddler Crafts For Little Hands.