Print your picture out on plain paper, Take piece of wood and coat with mod podge, turn picture upside down on wood press and let dry overnight. next day using water and your hands rub paper off of wood (your picture will be on the wood) now cover with more mod podge. I saw this at the St. James Fair...so pretty!
How to Survive When Pinterest is Down [Weekend DIY Project
Make your own coasters- 4x4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot); 4x4 scrapbook paper; adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom. Great Christmas gift idea!
THis art teacher has some great ideas and lessons plans. Easy to refer back to! Each student is given a small square. It was their job to copy that square to the best of their ability onto a larger square. Students later place their square onto a large arranged mat. - 1 hr duration. 5th Grade Art with Mrs. Brown
Mona Lisa class project
I love this. I so want to try to make this.
DIY River Rock Mat
This could serve as an idea for a bulletin board or a decorating idea. Go with the idea of Van Gogh's art and have each resident craft a flower for a pot. Get permission from each person to hang them up on the bulletin board or on the walls to create a fresh, personal look. This would be a good way to look towards spring as well.
Van Gogh...each student makes a flower for the pot
make your own coasters!!!!
Make art out of quotes kids have really said...not quite there yet, but I thought it was a cute idea to remember...or a gift idea for someone in the family. I'd like to officially commemorate our flower girl, Isabella, directly following our decent down the aisle, "Well I guess you don't need ME anymore!!"
your kids' actual quotes- so cute. LOVE this idea!
Cover a flat cookie sheet ($1 store!) with fabric and get an instant magnet board. Class project. Kids each make a magnet.