Watercolor collage painting. Who can see the giraffe? I absolutely love what this child created!
After doing a demonstration on how to use the watercolor pallet correctly, a child created this masterpiece! Here are a few tips to tell the children: 1. The biggest secret to a great watercolor painting is clean water! 2. The second biggest secret is to never mix the color on the color pallet, it makes… Continue reading Abstract Watercolor Painting
I absolutely love this child's creation of a house! Lovely! Watercolor pencils were used.
After creating his watercolor painting, this child mounted it on cardboard and then asked to have different earthy objects glue-gunned on to accent the frame. He was quite pleased with his work, and rightfully so!
Color and movement are created with fabrics, coffee beans, beads, and leaves along with paper and paint. This piece speaks of cosy home in the mist of rainforest. Who can see the toucan sitting on a branch or the wind blowing? Oh what fun she had!
This child used a board of wood as the ground. Cardboard was then asked to be glue-gunned into place to create walls. Here the child created a table using toothpicks and cardboard. He used large seed pods, rice, coffee beans, moss and stones as accent pieces and his roof is made of burlap. His tiki… Continue reading A Jungle Home
By simply using their thumbs to flatten out the clay, beautiful mugs were created! Once they air dried, this child painted hers with watercolors and then asked to have glass beads glue-gunned onto her mug to make it fit for a princess!