Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Tattered Angels Kids Crafts

This month on the Tattered Angels Inspiration blog we all talking about and sharing projects and techniques that are easy enough for kids.  Since my kiddos are a little past this stage.. lol... Wyatt came for a little visit , and he and I had a "Crafty" time together the other day.  I think he's pretty proud of his bag.. by the look on his face.  Actually I think he enjoyed the entire process. 


All you needed to start is a canvas bag, some random Chipboard letters and shapes, and few colors of Glimmer Mist or Chalkboard paints from Tattered Angels. 

I helped him a bit with the spraying ( he is only 4 after all :)  after he laid out his chipboard shapes.  He was totally into it. tee hee

I wish you could have seen the look on his face each time he picked up one of the pieces and saw the  image underneath... you would have thought it was magic :)

He thought is was pretty cool, and was so excited to take it with him to day care.


Okay, I'll you'll need for this one is a piece of paper, a straw, a few colors of Glaze, a inexpensive frame and a few sticker letters.

You get the idea..... Blow, turn, blow, turn...

Wah La... Awesome artwork to hang in his room.

                                 It's fun to watch little ones get excited about Art :)

Check out the new Tattered Angels Inspiration blog all month for  simple and fun techniques.

Art is just a pigment of your imagination.
-Tony Follari Comedian

Thanks for stopping by!



Jan Hennings said...

Wyatt looks so proud of his beautiful art! How sweet that the two of you got to spend some time together :)

Marlene (cards4u) said...

What fun projects!! Please let Wyatt know I thought he did a great job! I'll need to give this a try with my little guy : ) Do you need to spray the bag with a sealer?

Bettyann said...

fun fun working with little ones...have a great day..

Renee said...

Totally cute and looks so easy, thanks for sharing!!

harrahx2 said...

You are naturally a teacher. You need to hold children's classes!

2amscrapper said...

what fun!

julie said...

Oh what fun. It even looks like he had a great time.

Debbie K. said...

Wyatt is such a lucky little boy. What a sweet thing for you to do with him, Ms. Vicki! He looks soooo happy. He'll remember that forever. So CUTE!