As with all things creative, there are many different ways of producing your window design. The simple aims to give you a few pointers to help you get started.
Most printmaking requires access to printing presses and other equipment and cannot really be tried at home. Hooray. Here’s a method!!
This little octopus makes a great toy or the perfect bathroom decoration. You will need: toilet roll or kitchen roll tube / scissors / paints and paintbrushes /decorations- whatever you have: could be paper, stickers, glitter, beads etc / PVA glue
Have a go at updating what cave-people did thousands of years ago they placed their hands on cave walls and splattered coloured clay over them, leaving an imprint forever….
It’s that time of year again! The tees are all turning to beautiful autumn shades, so why not use this as your inspiration for a bot of creative play.
You don’t need paintbrushes to make great paintings! See what different textures you can find to paint with around your home. Below are instructions for painting a planet as an example but you could use your textured items to paint lots of different things.
This mini guitar is great fun to make and play! Decorate it however you like and see what tunes you can play! You will need: jar lid - elastic bands - piece of cardboard - scissors - sellotape - pens/paints/stickers/other decorations
Before you begin you will need to decide on a theme for your picture. You could go for something other-worldly, such as an underwater or space theme.
Did you know you can make great paintings with just your hands? You could start with animals, plants, or even people!
I love basic and have a method you can use to produce basic equipment. Also by using 100% cotton fabric they can later be sewn up to make a face covering.