I’ve gotta say, we rocked out some pretty awesome Easter bunny art this weekend. Thanks to Pinterest, we were inspired to make some hand print Easter bunnies, and I think they turned out great!
We used regular white craft paint, and painted her hand, minus the thumb. This may have been her favorite part.
We used a sponge brush to paint her hand, then a dab of pink craft paint for the ears. Add some googly eyes and puff balls for the nose (OK, maybe THIS was the new favorite part)…
We used a sharpie for the finishing touches, including the bunny glass slippers…
…which turned out to be high heels. Here’s the final product, which I adore! Happy Easter!
A nice visual reference for making a portfolio, from bookbinding.com. Click on the image to go to the site and get written instructions. Jazz it up for kids by using fun colors, stickers, etc. It’s a great way to keep up with school art, worksheets, etc. I’ll upload the one we use soon. Tie a ribbon around to keep everything nice and neat!
I love potato soup. When it’s cold out, I buy bags of potatoes on autopilot, never seeming to realize that I’ve stocked the closet with enough to feed an army, not three people. So, what’s a girl to with a bag of aging potatoes?
Raw potatoes make a great stamp, perfect for little hands. Martha Stewart has a great tutorial online here.
Here’s another great one from 350.org
I’ve seen this technique done before, but none as well as his . If you enjoy, check out his website!