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Craft Skill: Papercutting by Eleanor Rudge. Papercutting produces beautiful simple shapes which could then be used to make shapes for a print

Eleanor Rudge Art – Illustration and Collage – Cut Paper Illustration

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Animal head, human body or vice versa with landscape/cityscape background. kind of weird adorable?

Easy And Beautiful Craft | DIY & Crafts Tutorials

DIY Colorful geometric sun catcher - fun craft activity for kids. or fun craft activity for claire.

marbled paper owls

Marbled Paper Owl Collages-Maddy would enjoy making these to decorate her room. Maybe Eric Carle style paint the whole paper and then cut out shapes later.

WEST MIDDLETON ART SMARTIES: Gr. 3: Spheres in Space

Spheres in space, abstract construction paper collage. Fun for younger kids that teaches shape, balance, and color.

Weaving with twigs... #weaving #diyweaving #weavinginspiration

paper & stick weaving: made with recycled magazines, plant spikes, matte medium and thread by Lisa Kretchman

盒子里的小故事。(From Jim Doran )

shadow box tins: I love the whole idea. I have plans to make a felted cat sitting in a sardine tin with a big smirk. I want a vintage tin with the key roll-up top.

Papery Dr.Suess-esque leaves and pokey cacti, neon paint and paper-maché paste - by the collaborative duo Adam Frezza and Terri Chiao.

This is the work of collaborative duo Adam Frezza and Terri Chiao. They’ve been working together since “exploring play and craft across a range of media” … which includes not only these crazy plants, but also things like their pancake prints.

Great project for first day of class. Give each student a pice of gridded paper. Color in one of the squares with a design then pass on to the next person to fill in the next square. Display all 6 grades in one collective display. Use Crayola watercolor pencils or markers on vellum.

Great project for first day of class. Give each student a pice of gridded paper. Color in one of the squares with a design then pass on to the next person to fill in the next square. Use Crayola watercolor pencils or markers on vellum.

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