Around the city, I’ve noticed more and more artists are painting on utility boxes. Some are amazing. Here are a few pics.
Ever wondered the meaning behind Native American face paint? Well, here it is. Black means victory & success Red stands for beauty, faith, & happiness White means sharing, purity, & light Yellow stands for intellect & determination Green means nature, harmony, & healing Blue stands for wisdom & intuition Purple is a sacred color and…Read more »
I made these carrot cupcakes for my preschoolers. I got creative. Check it out.
My preschool class is learning about laughter and celebrations. I thought of this craft for them to do. It’s a clown. You will need fruit netting ( like on Asian Pears), construction paper, foam paper, a marker, small plastic jars with lids ( found at Michael’s), and cupcake liners. Make a clown face with markers…Read more »
Here is a project I tried with my preschoolers. You will need a clear ball ornament, preferably plastic. Have 2 different colors of acrylic or enamel paint. JoAnne’s usually has a good sale on them this time of year. Prepare a work area by putting down old newspapers. Place the ornament in a plastic or…Read more »
I was visiting my nephew and came across this dinosaur near McDonald’s. McDino anyone?
The theme of this week’s preschool lesson is we care about the Earth. For this craft project we made shadow boxes. It was a fun project as it made things stand out. You will need: recycled boxes, about tissue box big old cards & calendar pictures animal & tree stickers clear glue plastic figures like…Read more »
My husband and daughter delight in decorating our yard each year for Halloween. This year, they also put costumes on our dogs.
I love art and anything creative that amuses me. I liked these wood carvings on a road trip in Oregon.
Every city has their own artists and Auburn, WA is no exception. I walked around the downtown area and took these photos of some sculptures done by local artists.