173: unicorns and rainbows party part 1: the details
Finally. I've been holding on to these pictures for a while now. I just really needed to edit them down a bit. There were so many good ones that I find it nearly impossible to choose. Anyway, as the title...
MS. LA TOCHA'S KINDERGARTEN CLASS
FINGERPRINT PEACE DOVE The prints of fingers created the peace dove in the framed artwork by the students in Ms. LaTocha's kindergarten class. Each child also signed their name and added their 'dot' of color. FINGERPRINT PEACE DOVE PLATTER The students also used their fingerprints to create this monochromatic peace dove on a ceramic platter. Parent Contact: Heather Anderson email@example.com
Classic DIY Glue Yarn Ball | Make and Takes
Get back to your roots with this classic craft for a decorative Glue Yarn Ball! With this simple DIY, you can make a ton of them for just a few bucks!
Kandinsky Trees-1st Grade
The 1st Grade students studied Wassily Kandinsky and abstract art. They each were able to make a cicle for the large collaboration tree and then they each created their own little tree!
Whimsical Houses Trees Colorful Folk Art Giclee Print | Etsy
This is a fun and funky giclee print on canvas of many colored fun and funky flowers and trees with little patterns and prints on them and on their branches amidst some new flowering blooms. It is against a deep blue sky and green grass background. Will NEED FRAMING. It would be a great addition to your art collection. ***Copyright Information: All images and content Copyright ©2002- 2019 by Renie Britenbucher. All rights reserved by artist. Buyer is not purchasing the rights to the image…
Despite the rain, our preschool celebrated Martinmas last night with a traditional lantern walk. We ended up making lanterns that look very much like last years. I experimented with something new and Peanut and I made these... ...a cross between...
i recently came across this fabulous little birdie how-to over at non dairy diary, and i was so inspired that i declared that very moment "play time"! start by painting some watercolor splotches on your paper...... and then outline them with a permanent marker. add eyes, a beak, and all those other birdie things...... and you have a nice little flock of chickadees! but why stop there? somewhere in those watercolor blobs there might also be some piggies..... and mousies..... and…