Posts Tagged with: painting

For those of you who missed the first Unicorns Paint Party don’t fret!!! Back by popular demand!!! What is more magical than unicorns?? Painting unicorns while enjoying frozen yogurt treats with all the toppings!!! We have Donna Hanlon from www.facebook.com/donnahanlondesign/ & Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt https://www.facebook.com/menchiesfrozenyogurtkelowna/ bringing fun projects that are great for all ages! Complete   

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The birthday girl was celebrating her 8th birthday with her wonderful friends. She absolutely loves hummingbirds so we painted these adorable birds. Goodness, they had a blast!!!

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″×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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We were going to paint the “Metallic Winter Trees” project today, however, one of the ladies had already done that project last week. She loves coming to my class and did not want to miss out, so she suggested that she could paint a star. What a great idea! Guess what? She set a trend…   

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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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We focused on creating visual layers in class today: forground, midground, and background. While most were able to accomplish the layering, one gentleman threw all instructions out the window! Haha I love the rebellious black sheep!! He lived in the Rockies for some time as a young man, and wanted to capture the Grandness of   

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