NETwork project inspiration: give students a large piece of tissue paper, glue with gluestick across one side (or corner whatever they choose), crinkling a little to create texture...then paint over later and do something with the other side I don't know what yet:
My gift for my boyfriend's birthday was a surprise vacation in Europe, this is how I revealed it! I made a mini retro suitcase using paper, glue and some Dating Divas printables. Inside it I put fake-but-pretty flight tickets I made using Dating Divas printables (again!), alphabet stamps and ink.
Valerie Hegarty’s “Woman in White with Flowers” i like how the artists has used to brances moulded into the flat surface of the painting and how the bbranches erupt from the painting in no particular pattern, the idea of nature erupting and ruining a mnamade thing such as a painting is an interesting idea for my exam project.
Go Green: For this ephemeral nameplate, take a walk with a purpose, collecting such items as leaves, stems, and twigs. Back home, have your child write his name lightly in pencil on sturdy paper. Glue the natural items over the penciled lines.
In the days when scrapbooks were made of paper haha! Messy and tricky to reopen every time the spreader sealed itself back together. Great gloopy texture and smell though. Always wrinkled the page and took ages to dry ...