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reflections. >Fold paper in half >Cover top and bottom half of paper using chalk pastels. Use watercolors if there is enough time for paintings to dry. >Carve a cityscape into styrofoam trays. >Apply black paint onto styrofoam. >Print cityscape into top half of the paper. >Fold paper in half. Open and voila..... Now let's reflect.

plastic bag printmaking - alisaburke. A super reminder that doing fun things like printmaking need not be complicated, expensive, or time consuming! YAY Alisa!

Styrofoam print-always a hit. Make sure you make multiple prints from each image. That way everyone can have a copy.

This project was done in one hour. They used reusable plastic plates, Q-tips, and a press. Hmm....

Print Making-- this blog has lots of art ideas. She does a drop in art program for kids.

Lego Art -- Use random bits of legos and have kids stamp with a black ink pad. Use a silicon baking sheet under the paper to give the needed "squidge" for the solid plastic Lego to make good contact for a decent looking stamp. once dry, have the kids color in their creations with crayons or pencils.

relief printmaking with styrofoam meat trays

print making ideas......maybe use elmers glue on scrap matboard, when dryed roll ink onto it then press on paper!