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Some have asked what art and craft supplies we keep on hand, so I thought I’d do a couple of posts to tell you about what art and craft supplies we use. This post is about purchased supplies. I do make some things by hand and I save lots of materials to reuse that would […]Continue reading
This is another super simple art idea to do for St. Patrick’s Day or any day — all you need is a cookie cutter, some paint, and some paper! We buy only primary colored paint (and white), so first we mixed yellow and blue to make green in a plastic lid (saved from a […]Continue reading
I am all about art-for-process. That’s mostly what we do. You know, “art for art’s sake” sort of stuff. Give the kids some paint and paper and let them go! That’s my style.But occasionally, I want something more than a piece of paper spattered with paint to display. Sometimes I want something CUTE! Really cute!So today, […]Continue reading
Toilet paper heart stamping was so much fun! It’s always a great day when you find an activity your toddler or preschooler really enjoys and wants to continue to do. This is such a neat art project, and the best part is it is thrifty, too! Toilet Paper Heart Stamping Simple Directions: Bend/fold an empty […]Continue reading
If you missed “Snow, Snow, Snow: Art and Sensory Fun Part #1“, start here!Here’s how Day #2 of our project went:First we admired how puffy the homemade snow paint dried. Pretty cool! We’ll definitely be making this paint again! 🙂 I taped L&L’s 3 painted circles together into snowman shapes. Next I laid […]Continue reading