How to Make Paper Roll Snowflakes
These paper roll snowflakes are SO PRETTY! No one would ever guess they were made from paper rolls. Who knew such a simple, recycled material could look so beautiful?! With a little planning, some glue and lots of glitter, you can make these stunning winter-y decorations in no time at all! Even though the holidays are over, we're still in the middle of winter up here in Canada. Which is great, because snow themed crafts are so much fun! These beautiful, sparkly decorations can stay up for…
Christmas Perler Bead Patterns Snowflakes & Fun
Christmas perler bead patterns filled with snowflakes and fun. Perler beads are totally underrated and we have a bunch of kid friendly perler bead patterns that are getting us excited these days! Since I don’t
40 Original Winter Paintings on Canvas - Bored Art
The serenity a painter feels while observing a robin singing as the snow falls, that is when he puts his heart in such Original Winter Paintings on Canvas
This year, I wanted to make sure my son made gifts for his teachers himself. Earlier this year, my son noticed that a flower he had made using "Perler" beads looked a lot like a snowflake after breaking off a few of its pieces. We decided together that turning the partial flowers white would finish their transformation into proper snowflakes. To make these ornaments, my son used a small six-pointed star-shaped peg board and some white beads and arranged them in the above pattern. Then I…
Des sapins coeurs (idée arts)
En ce moment, je stocke des images issues de Pinterest pour me constituer un catalogue d’idées en arts pour mes CE1. Voici la trouvaille du jour : (image provenant de Pinterest) ***********
The Nutty Irishman, Farmingdale 11/23/2015 at *The Nutty Irishman, 21 and over only!, Farmingdale, NY, US | Yaymaker
Join us for a Paint Nite event Mon Nov 23, 2015 at 323 Main Street Farmindale, NY. Purchase your tickets online to reserve a fun night out!
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4th & 5th grade Blended Candy Canes
4th & 5th grade Blended Candy Canes As 5th graders are finishing their one point perspective pictures, they can start on a fun project that involves blending, and using one of my favorite mediums, oil pastels. Here's a step by step tutorial on how to make them! Materials: Crayola oil pastels (I like the 28 pack because they are more color blending options!) Candy Cane tracers 9x12" Tru-Ray Construction paper Here's the link to the video, in case it doesn't work How to start your candy cane…