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Leaf Pattern Watercolor Resist · Art Projects for Kids
Easy fall art projects can start with just crayons and watercolors. This was created by a talented 1st grader, Sara G., and I could look at it all day.
Last spring, when we decided to school all three kids at home, I stumbled upon a great book, Pocketful of Pinecones, and fell in love! (If you haven't read it and have any inclination to homeschool, you should! It is a sweet fiction book, but so instructional at the same time. A great jumping point, I thought.) Nature Journaling was hugely the focus of this book, as well as this family's days. On our first day of school this fall, we began our journals. I made the journals using chipboard…
PRINT: Dragonfly Mixed Media Drawing on Distressed, Dictionary Page
6" x 9" Print of Original, Mixed Media Drawing on Distressed, Dictionary Page This drawing of a dragonflies is drawn in sepia ink and created with pastel and colored pencils on a distressed page from a dictionary that includes the definition "dragonfly." Unlike similar prints available from other artists, this image was drawn directly on a page from a repurposed, rescued book. This is a digital print of the original artwork. The original artwork may or may not be available in another area of…
Artwork published by Eddie387
Artsonia is a kids art museum where young artists and students display their art for other kids worldwide to view. This gallery displays schools (K-12) and student art projects in our museum and offer exciting lesson plan art project ideas.
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Altered Journal Swap - Part Two
In last Monday's post, I told you about the Altered Journal Swap I participated in recently. It really was so much fun and I was grateful t...