It feels good to have The Art Box back! Although a break is always nice too. :)
M did random art here, there, and everywhere over the summer – wherever the mood would strike and with whatever was available. It’s been a few weeks since the actual art box has been replenished, so I thought I’d share a few of his summer creations with you this week.
These are a couple of things that he did completely on his own from the beginning of an idea to the completion of the project. All I had to do was find and give him what he told me he needed.
A collage of Daddy, done one day when Dad had on a melon-colored shirt:I love the hair on top and how his eyes are on his “shirt”. What I really loved though was what M said when he showed it to my husband - “This is your hair, and this is your pink dress.” Hee hee. I like your pink dress, Daddy. ;)
One day I was laminating some colored papers and then cut off the margins, which left little laminated strips. I asked M if he wanted them for anything and he took them. Here’s what he did (in our camper):
The boy adores tape. I thought it was pretty cool and loved all the “bridges” he made. He made several of these on various colored papers.
We always love it when my artsy-craftsy niece visits, which happened a few times over the summer. I’ve shown the day they painted outside. Here’s some inside art they enjoyed creating:
Cousin S made some pretty art with interesting details. M – well, he glued craft sticks to paper. Over and over again. What a goofball.
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Have a beautiful day! :)