Bonne Année 2013 - Léon, pas sur les murs !
Blending colored pencils with baby oil
Scrappy Mel: Tutorial : Blending colored pencils with baby oil
Intro to pastels for kids: blending with oil pastels. I teach blending, but have never offered an activity sheet to practice like this... It make be very useful for differentiation, to help students that may otherwise struggle with understanding blending. It could also act as a means of assessment to gauge their understanding.
≈flower paintings by tracing and creating raised drawing, then stamping with paint - LINK HAS BEEN FIXED TO POINT TO ORIGINAL SOURCE WITH FULL TUTORIAL - this is a great idea, glad to have ALL the info now! Making custom stamps without carving (plexiglass and silicone) - and as a bonus, loading stamp with ombre paint pattern. Make any design you wish! pb≈
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shrinky dink DIY silhouette picture. If you don't have actual Shinky Dink™ plastic sheets just use a clear piece of #6 plastic from a plastic deli or salad container and a permanent marker. Bake at 350° in a preheated oven and watch it closely, as it shrinks up rather quickly. Don't worry when you see the plastic writhe and twist during the baking/shrinking process - it will flatten back out. (:
This eggnog recipe comes from Dr. Rebecca Lancefield (1895 – 1981), a prominent microbiologist who worked at The Rockefeller University. One of her perhaps lesser-known legacies is related to eggnog: every year, she would make eggnog in the lab before Thanksgiving, let it "mellow," and then serve it at Christmas. Forty years later, the eggnog tradition persists in that laboratory.
Dr. Rebecca Lancefield's Eggnog Recipe