Wednesday, February 18, 2015
1. Materials: red japanese paper, scissors, glue, ribbon or string & heart shaped styropor
2.Cut the Japanese paper into small strips.
3. Apply glue on the styropor.
4. Fold each strip in half then gently stick the center fold onto the surface.
5. Stick on the next strip close to each other to create volume.
6. Continue Step no. 5 until you fill up the surface of the styropor.
7. Paste the remaining red japanese paper strips on the side of the styropor to create a clean look then put a ribbon behind it for hanging to finish the heart shaped pom pom.
Since Valentine's Day is over maybe you can make this for your next party.
HAPPY LOVE MONTH!!!! still...(^ ^,)
Posted by Jhoanna at 6:43 PM
Its a wonderful feeling seeing my son enjoying the talent God has given him. As soon as he found out about this Android App Picasso he never fails to draw anything in a day. Can you guess how many drawing he has now? ...One thousand four hundred plus (",) huh! a lot! the storage of my phone is almost full because of that but of course I am happy because he is happy. I'm so glad that i got this for him it's so easy to use that my baby can't wait to get his forefinger on and started doodling (he was about 3 years old when he had his first doodle). ..one of the best Art App for kids. I started introducing him to arts and crafts at a very young age i think he's 2 years old then; we had watercolor painting time, stamping using rubber & vegetables, cutting different shapes and objects. I know from the very start that he is into arts, extremely talented kid..i just knew it (",) ha ha! Of course I'm proud of my baby. He's 5 years old now and learning so many things around him. He's fond of cars, city, roads & construction. Sometimes he draw what he remembered from our travel; mountains, sea, buildings or just about anything. I'm really excited of what he will draw next.
Hope you are having a creative week so far!=)
Monday, January 5, 2015
Hmmm..not really a fan of red shades but of course i can use any color for my artwork. They call this tone Marsala - earthy wine red, terracotta red. It brings warmth and and great accent to other colors. I often see this color for nails and lipstick shades... I think i can handle you Marsala=)
May our year be full of colors!HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Thursday, December 18, 2014
I know i should have used water color on watercolor paper=) I guess its time to shop for new watercolor supplies soon but i think it worked out well=). Created these mini cards for my awesome friends at church to appreciate & thank them for giving their hearts to serve & for being partners in the gospel. Let's be thankful for all the blessings that God has showered us this year especially our family & friends. Have a wonderful happy weekend!