Kristina's School Project
A canvas can be any size, as big or as small as your eye can see. Try a playing card for example, in certain art circles Artists’ Trading Cards have their niche. Kristina had a class assignment to create her own Artists’ Trading Cards. With all the CReATE materials at her fingertips, she created just that. Nicely done Kristina! You are sure to get an A!
Kristina’s Artists’ Trading Cards
It’s about the process. Jack had creative energy to express, so from the cardboard rolls bin he began attaching one to another until he had a sculpture worthy of a MOCA caliber display. For him, it was about the creative process, for me it was the joy of seeing his free thinking encapsulated.
Plates take on a whole new look wearing their spin art colors! Using our trusty salad spinners kids make works that every eye can enjoy.
Nolan & Devon
Ana's Cork Family
These once wine bottle plugs became a jovial family of six, complete with friends with the help of their young creator, Ana. Now she has this silly family easily at hand any time she wants to play!
You know those little objects that tend to turn up in pockets and backpacks, also known as treasures? Here those items have been assembled to create a sporty little car for zipping around. What fun the imagination can be!
Makin’ friends is easy when you put a few scraps of fabric together along with some fluffy stuffing.
Grace & Sophia,
Beachy Wine Bottle
Remember being a kid and using cut tissue squares to embellish a glass bottle for Mother’s Day? We can still have fun with that same idea, only now we use the images that tickle our fancy today!
Beachy Wine Bottle
Kelly's Family Photo Ball
Ever have photos of your family, friends or a special occasion that you want to display in a simple way? Try this little trick, convert those memories to a displayable conversation piece! Made of 20 or so images folded just so, this photo ball will get conversations rolling every time.
Childhood Memories Photo Ball
Decoupaged Halloween Candles
I transformed a plain glass jar with a few sheets of construction paper, some MOD PODGE, a couple clip art images and my favorite embellishment-glitter glue! All this in no time flat to boot!
From blah to simply spooky.
Halloween Candle Votives
Dracula and his Lair
Which came first? The styrofoam or the vampire? In this case, the the styrofoam came first, then a few tooth picks were added for hair, some eyes to see as well as a cape for spooking until Dracula was born. Once created, he needed a home and alas his Lair was born! All of the spooktacular majesty started with a simple styrofoam ball. Wow!
Dracula and His Lair