These tissue paper dyed Easter eggs are a really beautiful Easter process art for slightly older children that a friend showed us how to do. You could have a go with younger ones if they are capable of being gentle enough not to crush the eggs. Alternatively you could do it with egg shaped pieces […]
Seasonal Process Art Projects including Christmas and Easter
You can create some really lovely Christmas tree decorations using process art methods. We make some every year and use them as teacher gifts as well as giving some to friends and family and adding some to our own tree.
Creating your own decorations can be a lovely Christmas family tradition and every year I look,forward to putting the ones we’ve made over the years onto the tree.
Every year, the kids and I wreck the dining room creating handmade Christmas decorations for them to give their teachers (yes, I’m that tight). We generally use some kind of process art technique to create them as I like the freedom it gives. Last year we had a go at making alcohol ink baubles, here’s […]
I’m back with the melting crayons today but the final result is very different from the melted crayon tree decorations. These are glass baubles with crayons melted inside them and the result is quite grown up and elegant. I did these melted crayon glass ornaments when my children were 3 and 5 and really it […]
While I’m not a big fan of crafts, I do love a bit of process art. These melted crayon cards for Easter involve my number one favourite craft activity, melting stuff! They are simple to make but do require an adult to do the melting bit. What you’ll need to make melted crayon cards: Some […]
I recently wrote about creating Christmas tree decorations from melted crayons to give as teacher gifts. Another teacher gift we’ve done are melted bead Christmas tree decorations. While the process to make these if fairly similar the results look totally different. This post contains affiliate links (identified with a *), if you buy after clicking you’ll […]