Browsing the "Artsy Things" Category

8 Natural + Recycled Art Projects for Kids (toddler edition)

April 9th, 2015 | by Becky Striepe

My kid is just starting to really be able to do art projects. At two, he's finally learning that paint and crayons are for making art, not for eating. It's like this whole world of art projects for kids is opening up to us. These are some of the natural and recycled art projects for kids that I want to try with my guy


You can paint with Easter egg dye!

April 1st, 2015 | by Julie Finn

Did you know that you can paint with Easter egg dye? The result is similar to watercolor painting, and it's a great way to use up leftover dye after you're done with your eggs


Book Page Prints into Greeting Cards from Spooky and Bright

August 26th, 2013 | by Julie Finn

How to make your own greeting cards that aren't super cutesy and twee? Include something vintage! I made these DIY greeting cards not with rubber stamps of teddy bears or foam stickers of ducks in bonnets, but with vintage book pages. Pages trimmed from a ratty, torn copy of The Turn of the Screw and an old dictionary, embellished with paint, compose the front images of a set of all-purpose blank cards, suitable for either the kids or the adults in the family to use


How-to: Painted Stones

July 30th, 2013 | by Julie Finn

Stones are completely beautiful in themselves, but sometimes you just feel in your heart that you need something with a little more color. And that's okay! Maybe sometimes a plain old grey stone WANTS to be painted, you know



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