Celebrate the closeness of spring with this rainbow-colored craft idea. Tissue Transfer Art is a simple way to get your child crafting on her own. Cover the workspace with Bounty Paper Towels to keep your table from turning into a canvas and get creative!
This little joey loves this part of the story! A beautiful reproduction of my original painting, this portrait (vertical) print is made using Claria inks and a wonderful Premium Epson matte paper (both of which are tested and guaranteed smudge, scratch, water, and fade resistant for up to 90+ years). Each 5x7 and 8x10 print comes packaged in a bend resistant mailer and a cellophane sleeve. Any larger format (11x14 and larger) comes in a bend resistant mailing tube. Note: watermark will not…
Go Green: For this ephemeral nameplate, take a walk with a purpose, collecting such items as leaves, stems, and twigs. Back home, have your child write his name lightly in pencil on sturdy paper. Glue the natural items over the penciled lines.
I don't think that we give kids enough credit. Look at this; a small cut-out from a magazine and those creative juices just a flow. What a wonderful project for any age child to do. Older students can start with a small clipping and younger ones can have a larger clipping; either way let them EXPLORE!
Open Ended Arts And Crafts for Kids That Are Almost Free