Posts Tagged with: Flowers

It may be snowing outside, but we’ll be celebrating Spring with these cute little critters!!! March 20th 🌼🐞🌱 Spring is just around the corner (well, we’d really like to think so!!!). Let’s celebrate Spring and paint these cute little LADYBUGS while nibbling on delectable frozen yogurt treats.

We were dreaming about warmer days and flowers in Art Class!🌼🌷⚘ Thankfully, this was a fun and easy project to get us in the mood. WHAT YOU’LL NEED: -9″Γ—12″ canvas -White, red, yellow, and green acrylic paint -white glue -heart decals…we used these cute “spongy” ones (you could probably omit the glue and use heart   

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I’m always amazed at how different the final pieces of artwork are. I often fear that, with using one template and limited colors of paint, there won’t be much variation between the pieces. I am ALWAYS proven wrong. These poinsettias are no exception! They truely are uique one-of-a-kind pieces of art!!! I first made a   

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Today we painted poppies in honor of Remembrance Day. We had classical music playing and everyone was in the creative spirit. We had a few visitors pop in to see what we were up to. The energy was great! I love watching the residents discover their creative side. One woman, Mrs.J, was very patient with   

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What you need: -Different colored tissue paper -beads/pearls/gems -hot glue gun -felt -crafting wire -elmers glue -circle tracer -safety pins -green ribbon We used around ten 2″ square sheets of tissue paper per flower. We traced a circle on one piece of paper and put the sheet on top of the paper pile. Using crafting   

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REMEMBRANCE DAY POPPIES Remembrance day is approaching and I wanted to honor all the veterans in a special way. We crafted these beautiful poppies to hand out to the residents at the retirement center. The project was very easy and we were able to create many poppies in a short amount of time. Each participant   

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What you’ll need: Tissue paper Pipe cleaner Scissors Ruler

My favorite painting from today’s class was this modest tree with pink blossoms (yes, sometimes I do have favorites shhh). The woman who created this painting has lost most of her speech; it takes her a while to form the proper pronunciation and she often stutters. Her motor skills are slipping as well. Her hands   

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