Button Tree DIY..Ask now on how to become a member of my new website coming soon. For now these boards are open to the public but will soon go private. Ask now on how to become a member. Keep following for more DIY ideas and info of the opening of the site.

Button Tree: a beautiful canvas project full of vibrant colors

Button Tree DIY..Ask now on how to become a member of my new website coming soon. For now these boards are open to the public but will soon go private. Ask now on how to become a member. Keep following for more DIY ideas and info of the opening of the site.

This is a cooler way to do I think I look cooler the having it glowed in the paper

To pin or not to pin? The truth about the 'easiest' Pinterest projects

Salt & Watercolor Painting -wet paper - dot/splash with bright watercolors - sprinkle with salt - when dry, brush off salt - instant masterpiece

Salt & Watercolor Painting -wet paper - dot/splash with bright watercolors - sprinkle with salt - when dry, brush off salt - instant masterpiece

I am always looking for neat art projects to try with the kids at home. I found this today on Mr. E's art blog and have started one of my own. The kids will be doing one of their own next week.

I am always looking for neat art projects to try with the kids at home. I found this today on Mr. E's art blog and have started one of my own. The kids will be doing one of their own next week.

Monochromatic or analogous colors for the background. Darkest colors at the top, changing to lightest. Once painted and dried, went over with black tempera paint to create a silhouette of a tree. They needed at least 5 combinations of colors varying from dark to light for swirls. Then start adding them in layers (D to L)from the top of the sky, middle, to the bottom. They chose contrasting color combination for the foreground and tree branches. Last, gold paint to show direction of light

Monochromatic or analogous colors for the background. Darkest colors at the top, changing to lightest. Once painted and dried, went over with black tempera paint to create a silhouette of a tree. They needed at least 5 combinations of colors varying from dark to light for swirls. Then start adding them in layers (D to L)from the top of the sky, middle, to the bottom. They chose contrasting color combination for the foreground and tree branches. Last, gold paint to show direction of light

August 2014: Low-relief owls, oil pastel rubbings and faux-embossed metal…

August 2014: Low-relief owls, oil pastel rubbings and faux-embossed metal…

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