Create some little lucky birds from paper, and then thread them onto a piece of twine to create a cute garland. String them alone on a loop of twine, and hang them on a branch to create a cute table top decoration in a vase.
Painting with toy cars is a fun way to get preschoolers engaged in art. It is easy to set up and uses easy-to-find supplies. Painter’s tape is used to block off parts to the card so that when it is removed you are left with crisp lines that make the abstract painting look super professional.
Whether you make a card, a journal, or just a painting, this craft is sure to get little ones creating and leave you with a nice piece of abstract art.
Eco-printing is a beautiful way to create wonderful decorative paper from natural items. It creates unique textures and patterns that make great cards, notebook covers, notepaper, art journal accents, and scrape book embellishments. But diving into eco-printing can be a daunting endeavour with a wide range of techniques to learn and supplies needed.
Bookbinding is a fun and functional art form that has so many variations to explore. Making a small simple book is a great way to dip your feet into the world of bookbinding in a super-easy way that even kids can enjoy.
Many stamp sets today come with matching dies which make it easy to cut out images. This allows you to pop up your stamped designs with foam tape to give more interest and texture to the card. On my card today, I’ll show you how easy it is to cut out images by hand if you don’t happen to have a die set to go with your stamps.