Thursday, 29 December 2016

Annual Hand Made Christmas Decorations {Virtual Fridge}

This Week
A couple of years ago my Mom invited us over to do some Christmas art and we enjoyed it so much that we decided to make it an annual event.  This year she blessed us with making two things each! After seeing the hand print snowman ornament on Pinterest I had always wanted to make these but never got around to it.  Well my Mom surprised us with this as one of the crafts.  It was super easy to do too.  It was fun watching the children personalise their snowmen.


Next we made a ribbon and bead tree (Pinterest). These were a lot trickier to make but very satisfying once they were completed.


I also saw these great glass bauble ideas and my Mom surprised me with a bauble to make one.  This was a HUGE challenge.  It was rather interesting trying to get the decorations in through a tiny hole and then glued into place but it was very satisfying once it was accomplished.
Back of the bauble

Front of the glass bauble

Are you on INSTAGRAM ?  You can now use your IG account to link up an show us your art adventures.


This weeks Feature

This week I would like to feature two posts:  The first is a How to Make Swirl Painted Christmas Baubles tutorial from over at Our Unschooling Journey Through Life.


The second one is a Last Minute Gifts You Can Make Today – Handprint Christmas Tree over at Adventures in Homeschooling.


 Your Turn

I invite you to take some photo's of your children's artistic pursuits put them in a post and link up with me I would love to come over and see the wonderful art your children have enjoyed doing.
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Blessings
Chareen

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4 comments:

  1. The snowmen are adorable. I have these from when my two oldest were in kinder but my youngest never attended public school so she hasn't made them. I think I may need to do that with her!

    Lovely ornaments and such a special time. - Lori

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    1. Oh Lori what a wonderful memory. Yes definitely make them with your youngest.

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  2. cool ornaments Chareen... I'm going to have to spend some time looking for how-to's. :)

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    1. Thank you Annette :) Looking forward to seeing yours

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