Ok, ok… not actually the walls. Or maybe the walls. We painted on the fence, but this could easily be done on the side of your house or on the side of a shed. This project is for the series of BIG! MESSY! Art Projects for Kids that I’m doing this week. It’s Big! And […]
This is part of my series on BIG MESSY Art for Kids that I’m doing this week. Yesterday, I wrote a post about Sidewalk Paint that I hope you’ll check out. Today, why not set out some really BIG paper for kids to paint on?
It’s summer time! It’s a perfect time of year to pull out the big messy art projects that look like a lot of fun, but require a lot of cleaning up or a lot of space. Take the projects outside! Use a hose for clean up, use the yard for space. And let the kids […]
Image transfers are a really easy way to spice up an altered art project. They are really easy to do with easily obtained supplies! Supplies: acetone cotton balls receiving paper a photocopied image to transfer (this must be an image that has been photocopied, it cannot be printed from your computer, or taken from a […]
When you tear paper craft or scrapbooking paper toward you, it leaves a contrasting white edge. When you tear paper away from you, it leaves the same color edge. Use your fingers to direct the shapes you’re tearing. Use a ruler edge for a perfectly straight tear. To tear mulberry papers in the exact way […]