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Douanier Rousseau Create an imaginary landscape with NGAkids JUNGLE. Mix and match the animals, control the weather and lighting conditions, or construct flowers, trees, and plants. An "AUTO" button generates random compositions, so you can sample program options and experiment with special effects as a starting point for your own designs. This Shockwave interactive is intended for children of all ages. To begin, just click one of the menu pictures above. Art in the Big Green Room: 2nd grade ROBOTS I have (secretly) been humming Beastie Boys Intergalactic song in my head for the past few weeks while my 2nd graders have been composing these robot pieces. He he :) I was originally inspired by a post I saw at Color, collage and much more blog. Day #1 (We did this part quite a while ago and I held onto it not quite knowing what we would do with it. Turned out it was perfect for the robot background!) After seeing a post at Teach Kids Art blog, I challenged the kids to paint squares on a piece of 12 x 12 paper.

Christmas Tree Christmas Cards These are our first Christmas Cards. To make them we pulled the top layer off a piece of cardboard, cut out some triangle shapes and after putting on some green paint, we printed some small Christmas trees onto the card. Once they were dry we printed some Christmas Tree lights using the other end of our paintbrushes. un pompon avec un t shirt Learn how to turn old t-shirts into pom poms! T-shirt Pom Poms are so much more durable than tissue paper ones. And I think they look loads better! got an old tee or two {or 20!} Advent Week 3 Gifts: Silhouette Transparencies Light in the darkness of Advent is calming, healing and spiritual as we reflect on our many blessings, especially those of our children. I'd love to share a fun craft/gift that will certainly add to the beauty of your home. It is the silhouette transparency or triptychs. They are not complicated to make and are very rewarding.

Color Symbolism and Colours That Go Together Updated October 28, 2015. Color symbolism is the use of color to represent traditional, cultural, or religious ideas, concepts, or feelings or to evoke physical reactions. Jump right to one of the colors or color groups I cover in detail or scroll past the color list for more general discussion of color meanings and how color works.

Paper City Paris! Voilà, Paper City Paris! I’ve been working on this for a very long time now and had so much fun creating it. My kids have been watching me draw and sketch for two months, and they’re now huge fans of the city. They kept asking me, “When are the buildings going to stand up, Daddy?” And now every time they see a radio tower while driving in the car, they yell, “I see the Eiffel Tower!” (I think they’ll be quite impressed when they see the real thing in person someday.)

Metal Flowers Picture Tutorial I am just in love with my metal flowers!! Love making them in all different sizes and shapes. Getting better at each time! So many ways you can use them. autumn leaf bouquet I don’t know what it’s like in your neighborhood, but when I step outside here in Oakland, I sense it right away: Fall is in the air! I’m lucky enough to have a few turning trees on my street, so I don’t miss out entirely on the brilliant autumn colors I remember from growing up in NH. Speaking of brilliant autumn colors, I’m thrilled to share this stunning maple leaf rose bouquet DIY from a fellow Kate — clay, fiber and paper artist Kate Hust. Kate first learned how to make these a few years ago from a retired art teacher in her community, and now they’ve become an annual tradition when fall rolls around.

transparency silhouettes Back when I had just finished up with our school's Advent crafting festival, I mentioned that I would do a little how-to post on the transparency silhouettes that were such a hit there. I've since discovered that directions for these can be found in the popular Waldorf calendar of celebrations book All Year Round and it's likely that instructions appear elsewhere online as well. I'll go ahead and offer up how I put them together anyhow (because, you know, I already started). Also, if you're looking for some images for inspiration, you can check out a collection I've gathered from crafty folks the world over on my Pinterest page. To make these sweet seasonal and story-telling pieces of window art you'll need card stock, a pencil, tissue in various colors, small scissors or a craft knife, a glue stick, a steady hand and a lot of patience.

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