Inte visste jag att det jag höll på med när jag pratade i telefon eller när jag satt och lyssnade på föreläsningar hade ett namn - Zentangle. Det som är så häftigt med Zentangle är att det går att göra väldigt enkelt och det går att utveckla i oändlighet. Dessutom är det väldigt avstressande, nästan meditativt (därav namnet ZEN-tangle) De som "skapade" Zentangle. I grunden handlar det dessutom om mönster, något som jag som mattelärare också älskar. Hur börjar man då? 1. 2. 3. 4. Det bästa är att det inte finns några rätt eller fel. Här är några förslag på hur man kan arbeta med Zentangle i barngrupp: I en barngrupp/skolklass hade jag börjat med att prata om mönster. Sedan kan man samla mönster på t ex tavlan- dela upp tavlan och låt barnen få fylla var sin bit med ett mönster - det behöver inte vara komplicerade saker - randigt, prickigt, hjärtan, rutigt, stjärnor... Låt barnen få göra sin egen zentangle - utgå från en form; ett hjärta, en stjärna, en kvadrat, en bokstav.
DIY Project: Toilet Paper Roll Wall ArtNot every day you can find a clever way to reuse something from the bathroom..now you can take a break because someone came with very a simple and beautiful idea that lets you reuse toilet paper rolls. To make wall decorations you will need: toilette paper rolls, scissors, white glue, stapler, paint + brushes, glitter, laundry pins…What do you think about that? Crush paper roll Cut into approximately 5 equal parts don’t have to be exact place the rolls on a flat surface creating a desired pattern. spend time trying different compositions and patterns. glue where rolls are touching, hold with laundry pins to dry. You may paint and add sparkles. Source : source: tali-schiffer-oren.blogspot.co.il
30 Days of Creativity Exercises & Design InspirationThe book "Unstuck" features 52 exercises, divided by time commitment, to help you beat creative block. Here we sample 5 for a work-week's worth of inspiration. Creative Bliss is a web series that pools together 30 creativity exercises. No. 30 challenges you to shift your perspective to that of a beginner. Creative Bliss pools together 30 creativity exercises. Creative Bliss pools together 30 creativity exercises. Creative Bliss pools together 30 creativity exercises. Creative Bliss is a web series that pools together 30 creativity exercises. Creative Bliss is a web series that pools together 30 creativity exercises. Creative Bliss is a web series that pools together 30 creativity exercises. Creative Bliss is a web series that pools together 30 creativity exercises. Creative Bliss is a web series that pools together 30 creativity exercises.
how to transfer a photo to fabricDid you know you can transfer photos to fabric without using iron-on sheets? I love this technique. It's simple to execute and the end results are really pretty. It's another method for hand printing! Supplies Needed: Fabric (I used white quilting cotton), Gel Medium (I used this kind from Liquidex), Paint Brush and the image you want to transfer. How to transfer a photo to fabric: 1. Note: Don't be alarmed if your transfer isn't completely perfect. Well there you go!Art Classes Online, Mixed Media WorkshopsOnline Art Classes with Jane Davenport My wish for you, is your creativity to be roaring with confidence. My e-courses are so popular because I really can help make that happen for you. “If I only had time for that part of yourself”, you think. Time to doodle, draw, paint or journal. Creativity isn’t far away, or outside of you, or laying somewhere forgotten. As a creativity expert who has guided thousands of women back to their art, It’s one of our first childhood joys. Each video Lesson in my classes features a new skill that is designed to build your creative confidence.As you move through the course from beginning to end, your skills and confidence will growand you will feel comfortable with the progression.My tutorials are created with high quality video and step by step instructions. Choose the Starting Point that suits You: Draw Happy is a mini Workshop specially created for people who say “I can’t draw”. If you already enjoy drawing, this class isn’t for you – but Supplies me is!
fabriquer un sac en papierGift bags made from newspaper is a great idea for birthday parties or weddings! We saw this on a site that was we think was in Vietnamese?? Anywho -here’s our best try at translation along with the photo tutorial. Supplies: Glue, Scissors, Paper Doiles, Newspapers, and Wire Ribbon Step 1: Cut into rectangular sheet of paper and then press twice the leading newspapers in the Middle as shown on the picture Step 2: Use glue fixed two edge paper overlap Step 3: Fold one end securely to the bottom of the bag Step 4: You fold the side edge short and long edges paste twice in photos to form bottom bag Step 5: Wait for the glue to dry Step 6: Place treats inside the bag Step 7: Fold the remaining margin 2 cm down to form the mouth of bag Step 8: fold and glue small paper doile over the top of bag Step 9: Finally, punch holes to put Ribbon through. Voila – beautiful little gift bags! If you like this article go to the home page to see other similar posts. Like this: Like Loading...
Quickposes: pose generator for figure & gesture drawing practice3D Paper Owl from mmmcraftsThe gifted Larissa from mmmcrafts is here sharing her amazing talents with an unbelievable 3D paper owl. Larissa writes… Left: art made with this tutorial, Right: art made with alternate colors (see note at the end of the tutorial) Hey, Craft Campers! I’m delighted to participate in this summer kid-craft lineup. This 3D paper owl art project is for you and your crafty older kids, say around 11-ish years and up, who can wield a pair of scissors, handle smallish pieces and follow placement instructions carefully. Moms: You can definitely young this down by cutting out the shapes for younger kids, and skipping the pop dots and folding. Alrighty young crafters, here’s what you will need to make the nighttime owl pictured above: Got all that together? Step 1: Print out the pattern pieces! Make a test print of the first page on regular paper and measure the guide box with a ruler to be sure you are printing at the correct size. Step 2: Score all your folds. Step 4: Punch out some circles.
art journaling as a creative processMagnetic Ironing Mat DIYI don't think I'm alone in saying that ironing is not one of my favorite tasks. I try to use a steamer on everything I can or just spritz things with water to ease wrinkles, but sometimes you just can't get around bringing out the ol' iron for a job. I think part of not wanting to iron is the fact that a full size ironing board usually takes up all of the space in a laundry room (if you even have a separate room for laundry). So you have to cart everything a few rooms away to really have enough space to do the job. If you've had that problem, you may have your eye on one of those fold up ironing mats that you put on top of your washer/dryer so you can iron smaller items without having to get out the ironing board. The mats usually have magnets on them and some sort of non-slip bottom layer so it will stay put while you iron, and you can fold it up for easy storage when you're done. NOTE: These dimensions will make a finished mat that is 38" x 17".
Art Journal Every DayQ: How can I find all the previous Art Journal Every Day posts? A: Find them all listed by category and linked here. Q: What is Art Journal Every Day? A: Art Journal Every Day is weekly feature on this blog. Q: What does the title "Art Journal Every Day" mean? A: I do my best to art journal every day. Q: How can I participate? A: Lots of different ways! There is a free flickr group here for sharing photos of your pages. Also, you can grab this button... ...for your blog by copying the text in the box and pasting it into your sidebar. Q: What if I've never art journaled before? A: Jump right in! Q: What supplies do I need to get started? A: You don't "need" anything.