Textured Heart Paintings- tissue paper and pastels Gr.6

Scrunch white tissue paper, glue to page, paint. When dry, rub oil pastel in contrasting color over entire page. Outline heart in black pastel and also make a border. add black and white pastel to create light and shadow.

Cool Art Projects for Kids: Faux Stained Glass Suncatcher Craft- Gorgeous window art for children to create for home or the classroom! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Faux Stained Glass Suncatcher Craft for Kids

Cool Art Projects for Kids: Faux Stained Glass Suncatcher Craft- Gorgeous window art for children to create for home or the classroom!

Our Small-Town Idaho Life: LEPRECHAUNS, STAIN GLASS, AND SAGUARO CACTUS

Valentine Stain Glass window hanging craft for kids - "paint" tissue paper onto wax paper with a glue-water mixture. Once dry, cut into the shape of a heart and add a construction paper border

Instructions for making "stained glass" rainbows with tissue paper.

Instructions for making "stained glass" rainbows with tissue paper. Also great for Mondrian inspired projects!

Festive Winter Window Decor and a Freebie - Kinder Craze: A Kindergarten Teaching Blog

Festive Winter Window Decor and a Freebie

"Stained Glass" winter scene made with contact paper and tissue paper from Kinder-Craze My students will love this! And they can make their own snowflakes. Just need to get some contact paper.

Students scrunched a piece of white tissue paper, glued it to their page and painted the textured page in a colour of their choice. Once dry, students rubbed oil pastel in a contrasting colour over their page to pick up the texture of the paper. They then drew and painted a heart and outlined their heart in black oil pastel as well as creating a border. They were then asked to add black and white oil pastel to the heart to create light and shadow and imply a more 3D object.

Use Your Coloured Pencils: Textured Heart Paintings Donna Downey (artist)

Tissue Paper Flower Runner: Use around 8 sheets of tissue paper for each flower and punched all 8 layers at once. Staple together your stack of flowers (3.5 inch size). Scrunch up your first flower layer to the center. Repeat with each layer and then fluff back out to form flower. Adhere the flowers to a base of book pages border punched down each side to add to the elegant feel. Be sure to adhere both the pages and flowers altogether.

Tissue Paper Flowers: Use around 8 sheets of tissue paper for each flower and punched all 8 layers at once. Staple together your stack of flowers . Scrunch up your first flower layer to the center. Repeat with each layer and then fluff back rest

Finally in First: Border Tip

Hang all those sentence strips, bulletin board borders, and tissue paper packs to keep them flat AND out out of the way! I store these in a closet in my classroom with Command hooks and mini clips. It works perfectly!

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