Learn from the pros and gather inspiration to craft your own fresh flower art with these crafty ideas from Think.Make.Share, a blog from the creative studios at Hallmark. From printmaking to watercolors, there are a million ways to add some fresh floral artwork into your home and onto your walls!
16 idées pour réutiliser des barquettes et de la vaisselle jetable
collograph -- After cutting out a variety of shapes I glued them to a sheet of cardboard as if I were making a collage. I rolled printmaking ink onto the surface using a brayer once the glue had dried. It's also possible to use a brush and acrylic paint. In this particular print I overlapped the images and used three different colors to add dimension.
Kindergarten students learned about Claude Monet's art and the beautiful gardens he created around his home in France. Students used oil pastel to draw the bridge across Monet's pond and then used sponges to add the greenery. They used their fingers to add the colorful flowers on top of the lily pads.