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Magazine Bowl ∙ Creation by Angeline Annette on Cut Out + Keep

Magazine Bowl

Make a magazine bowl in under 120 minutes by constructing, paper folding, and not sewing with glue and magazine. Creation posted by Angeline Annette.

Cassie Stephens: DIY: Embossed ceramic clay...try cut linoleum or hot glue lines over drawing or design. Roll slab over.

Cassie Stephens: DIY: Embossed Ceramicness - roll clay slabs onto relief lino-printing blocks etc.

alcohol ink stained glass

All Thumbs Crafts: Faux Stained Glass: from the website: cleaned the glass off first with rubbing alcohol. Then added a drop or two of alcohol ink at a time and then sprooshed it with the canned air.

Pallet art- I could let kiddos help with painting heart... and I could do the writing of 1 Corinthians LOVE passage! I'm thinking yes!!

Pallet art- I could let kiddos help with painting heart. and I could do the writing of 1 Corinthians LOVE passage! by Maria Malding

Spooky Victorian Architecture done around Halloween. We learned about Edward Hopper's House by the Railroad painting and used it as our inspiration. Drawing with silver sharpie on black paper. We then cut it out carefully, and glued to an eerie (photo) scrapbook paper background of their choice.

Spooky Victorian Architecture Halloween Edward Hopper Drawing silver Sharpie black paper elementary art education lesson buildings homes grade

Students looked at slides of work by glass artist Dale Chihuly before beginning this project.  Thick sheets of "Dura-lar" were cut and formed by dipping into warm water.  Glass paints and metallic sharpies were used to add color. Have done with colored plastic plates/cups and heat tool...turned out cool too

Chihuly Nested Glass Sculpture - Waunakee Community School District - Sophie Wagner-Marx oh, how this reminds me of WHIMSY DIP!

New Craft & Handmade Toy: Circus In My Pocket -- What an awesome craft project to keep kids busy for a while.  Not to mention, it may not really fit in a pocket, but it would definitely be small enough to fit in a purse to take with you and keep the kids entertained anywhere you know there will be a wait (restaurants, doctor offices, etc).  And if they don't regularly play with it, it will hold their attention longer when you need it.  The possibilities are endless!

New Craft & Handmade Toy: Circus In My Pocket

New Craft & Handmade Toy: Circus In My Pocket - MollyMoo - crafts for kids and their parents

▶ Making Purple: The Science of Art | National Gallery, London - YouTube

Visit the National Gallery's Scientific Department to see how the blue and red pigments traditionally mixed to make purple paint are analysed and identified.

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