Archive Monthly Archives: May 2013

Kids don’t know what to draw? Have them finish the picture

Sometimes even coloring needs a boost. If you have little girls,then they can usually make an endless amount of hearts and rainbows. There are some times however,

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Summer is coming and is a prefect time to learn how to tie dye (video)

Summer is tee shirt time and what better summer art activity than dyeing those old white tee shirts. This is just one of a series of a bunch of short tutorials on exactly how to tie dye. You can choose

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7 stained glass window ideas to let the light shine through your kids art

Stained glass is a beautiful style of art through the ages as seen below, that many teachers, art teachers and parents have tried to modify for their children’s art projects. Terence Faircloth

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A Fathers day craft: Turning a long term sewing project into a pencil holder

I’ll bet that when looking for a Fathers day craft, the last things you would think of doing would be sewing. However, If you want a fathers day craft that

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Learn how to do gelli printing with acrylics and a Styrofoam plate (video)

Intaglio-inspired Gelli Printing! – YouTube. If you want to take printing with kids to a whole new level this is the way to go. This video shows you how to do printing with a styrofoam plate, a ballpoint

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More than one way to make a mosaic

  qthomasbower via Compfight Mosaics are a beautiful art form. You can have beautiful recycled art can mosaics  and you have sparking subway art mosaics. What if you want to do mosaics with your

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Spring daffodil flower pictures

  I was going through another post on someone else’s blog and she had some beautiful daffodil paintings and I said to myself ..Hey wait! I also have daffodil pictures. i remembered that I

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A beautiful, artistic rendition of a great children’s song using paper cut outs (video)

This is an adorable, catchy, artistic, creative rendition of a great children’s song called That’s how a Pumpkin Grows. It’s created with cut out illustrations and is animated as well.

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Do you need a recipe to do art? How about ART recipes?

 So could or SHOULD kids create art through a recipe? If you know my aversion to copy cat crafts I’ll bet you are thinking; Aha! I thought you don’t believe in copycat arts and crafts.

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