Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Quick Cherry Blossoms

Materials:
- Pop bottles (we used the 20 oz.)
- Pink and Black Tempera Paint
- Paintbrush
- Drawing Paper

I had one of those days where we finished a project early and had about half the class to spare. Instead of having a classful of students doing "done" stuff... I remembered this simple printmaking project on Pinterest! The original post can also be found at alphamom.

It's basically what you see in the above picture. I did these with 2nd graders, and I do admit, with a little planning and thinking ahead of time, these could have turned out neater- but nonetheless, I think they turned out pretty nice!

 

 

 


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5 comments:

  1. I saw these on Pinterest too, I might try them with my 3rd graders (the only class I will be seeing for the next 3 weeks due to state testing)!
    Anything to do with paint, they're sold.

    Shawsha (The Art Teacher Lady)

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  2. I love this idea! Thanks for sharing. It's one of those things that you wonder why didn't I think of that!

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  3. please link the lead photo from ALPHAMOM.COM to the original article (NOT PINTEREST): http://alphamom.com/family-fun/holidays/cherry-blossom-art-from-a-recycled-soda-bottle/

    As it currently stands you are violating our copyright protection. Thanks in advance for taking care of this.

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  4. Done and done, thanks for the great ideas alphamom!

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