Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, and sharpies. This makes a cool low relief sculpture. Start by teaching about line variations, and color schemes (monochromatic, analogous, etc.). Cool project for 6-7th grade.

Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, sharpies to make low relief sculpture. Covers line variations, and color schemes. Good for Exploratory and Art I.

Must  try this technique.  Glue makes the design, aluminum foil over top, shoe polish over that to accentuate the design.

cardboard, white glue, tin foil and shoe polish. this is like the McGuyver of art projects, but the results look incredibly cool. Tin foil would reflect the tin which symbolises 10 years.

Tin foil, alcohol inks and embossed

This link has no instructions photo only .foil, alcohol inks and embossed

Guriana: foil art...

I found on Marta Lapkowska (Maremi's Small Art) - Inspirational Mixed Media on PINTREST Board.

This was a super fun project my Grades 4- 6 mixed elective class did at the end of this school year. They LOVED this project- some even...

Foil Embossing with and 6 grade. Use cereal box, yarn, aluminum foil, glue, and sharpies

This tin foil heart Valentine's Day craft is shiny and colorful and makes a fabulous craft for kids of all ages. Fun toddler craft and preschool craft.

Tin Foil Heart Valentine's Day Craft

Tin foil heart Valentine's Day craft- with Sharpies: shiny, colorful, fabulous craft for kids of all ages. Fun toddler craft and preschool craft.

This Textured Tin Foil Art was so much fun to create! We were so thrilled with the vibrant colours and interesting textures that this process created!

Textured Tin Foil Art

Tin Foil Art - vibrant, bright and EASY! no glue gun? Try salt dough or other modelling compound under foil for texture

Tessellation stained glass with tin foil project idea

Fun idea for a vibrantly colorful project. From: Adventures in Unsell Land…

Tin foil art. Tacky glue on foam board. Dry. Cover in aluminum foil. Smooth down with tissue. Painting afterwards is optional.

Tin foil art. Tacky glue on foam board. Dry. Cover in aluminum foil. Smooth down with tissue. Painting afterwards is optional.

Got spare yarn and an old cereal box? Then make some Modern Tin Art! An Original #kids #craft by www.piikeastreet.com #piikeastreet

Thema Kunst: Most projects like this use glue to hold the yarn. You have to let the glue dry before you can start coloring. This project starts with notched cardboard, so you can start coloring the foil immediately.

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