Sunday, July 15, 2012

Artwork Printing Craft

The kids in the hospital did a neat craft this week with the art teacher. They made their own giant stamps to create prints of their drawings.

First they drew a picture on a piece of paper.
Then they taped the picture onto a foam block.

 Next they transfered their drawing into the foam by punching holes with a pencil on top of their lines.

They inked or painted their foam,

and pressed it onto paper to make a print. Jemma drew a dancer.





8 comments:

  1. What a fabulous print and great art project. Well be looking into doing something like this with my kids

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  2. Love these stamps and prints! So great that the hospital has art sessions for the kids. And I am happy you like the parcel! Sorry I'm only just replying, just started back to work part time and not having much online time. Thinking of you all x

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  3. I loved making prints like these as a kid, along with potatoe stamps! Thanks for bringing back memories! I found you on Tip Toe Thru Tuesday linky party!

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  4. Fun stamps and prints! I love kids' art work! It's so fun to find ways to use it. Here's an idea I had for it:

    http://craftyjournal.com/origami-box-using-kids-art/

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  5. I really like this idea. It is easy and can be used by different age groups. Thanks!

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  6. Wow - what a neat idea! They came out great! Thanks for linking up to TGIF!

    Beth

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