Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Saturday, March 1, 2014
recipe. Since the children that I work with are six and under the salt dough is very easy for them to handle. If the sides of their pots become too thin, they can quickly begin again. And they really enjoy the touch and feel of the dough. It look like bread dough, doesn't it?
Monday, February 10, 2014
a piece of corrugated cardboard for the printing plate
sheet of craft foam (white sheet in photo)
glue stick or white glue
a brayer or inexpensive sponge roller
printing ink or acrylic paint
paper to print on
colored pencils or crayon
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
wooden spoons, but this is a slightly different technique that uses some of the same materials that I recently used to make valentines. The spoons were purchased from a dollar store and painted with acrylic. I cut shapes from sheets of textured foam (the pictured blue and green valentines, pressed the shapes into an ink pad and then printed them on the spoons.
Monday, January 27, 2014
here. I created the packaging by covering the tube that comes inside tinfoil with wrapping paper and then attaching the "Paper Dolls" tag that comes with the pdf using some ribbon. The tube inside paper towels would work too.