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Wie sich die Bilder gleichen. Oder Lapbook, die 2. Exakt vor 3 Jahren habe ich die erste Version zum Thema Kalender/Jahreszeiten gestaltet.…
Malen mit Kindern: eine Schritt-für-Schritt Anleitung, um mit Wasserfarben ganz leicht einen herbstlichen Wald mit Birken zu malen
A great way to keep all those family, office or classroom birthdays organized! It replaces the need to buy a yearly birthday calendar and will save you money in a short time. Our celebration boards are wood and measure approx. 35" X 11" including the hanging space for the clothespins. The boards can be stained to your choice of color. All lettering is hand painted, NO VINYL! Ea. board includes 24 clothespins. Add your own names and dates with just a permanent black marker. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for your interest in our items. Any items listed as Ready to Ship will be mailed in 2-3 business days. Custom items, or items which are not listed in the Ready to Ship section of the listing, will be mailed in 7 business days from when the order is placed. All of our items are handmade from wood. You may notice a different wood grain pattern, or a difference in the knots or texture of the wood from the image to the final product. Please enjoy this variety and know that it ensures that you have a one of a kind piece!
Wie mit Strassenkreide, Kamera und Fantasie wunderschöne Bilder entstehen aus denen man einen tollen Kalender mit Strassenkreidebildern gestalten kann
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Bereiten Sie Ihren Liebsten eine Adventsfreude. Mit dieser Bastelidee von Ferrero gestalten Sie einen etwas anderen Adventskalender. Lassen Sie sich inspirieren!
Back in January, I shared a Disney-themed card I made to coordinate with the Mickey Mouse outfit Trevor picked out for his future baby cousin. I mentioned that I'd be making a creative gift to give after the baby was born. I'm thrilled to announce that the baby is here - my first niece! She's absolutely beautiful and such a joy. Here's Trevor holding Allison Kate, who is about 6 hours old in this picture. Here's the gift I made for her: Well, not quite. This one has Trevor's handprint and I am keeping it. (Fortunately, my sister thought nothing of me handing her a gift, watching her unwrap it, then taking it back from her.) The one I make for my sister will have her two children's handprints on it - 12 year old Timothy and newborn Allison. To make one, you need: a canvas, gesso, foam brush, acrylic paint (brown, white, black, yellow, green), pencil, baby wipes. Begin by priming the canvas with gesso. After that is dry, add a blue sky. I started by putting white paint on the canvas and adding streaks of blue over that until I had the look I wanted. Let it dry thoroughly. Use the foam brush to cover the child's hand with brown paint. Make sure the hand is completely covered and that the paint is even. Stamp the hand firmly on the canvas. Lift straight up when removing the hand. Use baby wipes or warm soapy water to clean the child's hand. Let the handprint dry. Paint a tree branch horizontally across the canvas so that the palm of the hand is above it and the fingers extend below. Add the trunk of the tree off to one side. Use the pencil to lightly draw circles where the eyes will be, then fill in completely with white paint. This will take two or more coats to get good coverage. Let everything dry. Use the yellow paint to make talons. Add a yellow triangle beak. Paint pupils in black. Finish by painting green leaves on the branch. Easy as pie! At least, it is with a cooperative 6 year old. It might be a totally different story when I go to make this with a newborn's curling little hand. Anyone have any tips?!