How To Involve Teenagers In Art Projects? - Bored Art
33.3Kshares Facebook225 Twitter16 Pinterest33.0K StumbleUpon35 TumblrWhen it comes to art, many believe that it is an inextricable part of life while some do not consider art all that important. The fact is art is something that plays a vital role in our lives if not in terms of a means of living then in many other ways. Art adds an extra dimension to our lives that makes things more interesting and pleasing to the senses. It is also a way to discover the core of creativity that we all have…
LAVORETTI PER NATALE candelina con molletta – Lapappadolce
"This little light of mine" Sunday School craft...although the kindergarteners might use it as a sword
4th of July: Painting Fireworks with Straw Painting
4th of July means food, fun, and fireworks! Here is a cute activity for painting fireworks that actually includes sound effects!
Boho Decor Henna End Table Candle Lantern Centerpiece Mason Jar Decor Votive Candle Holder Bohemian Decor Tealight Holder Shabby Chic Decor
Boho Decor Henna End Table Candle Lantern Centerpiece Mason Jar Decor Votive Candle Holder Bohemian Decor Tealight Holder Shabby Chic Decor **Dimensions** • 16 oz./ Pint Sized Jar • Height- 5.3 in/ 13.5 cm • Diameter- 3.07 in/ 7.8 cm **Details** • Both the glass tint and detailing are hand painted on in a specialized two- step process • All detailing is 100% original artwork, uniquely designed by me, Vanessa Cline • Highest quality, professional glass paint and detailing paint – both are…
100+ Diwali Ideas - Cards, Crafts, Decor, DIY and Food
100+ Diwali Ideas - Cards, Crafts, Decor, DIY and Party food Ideas. Diya, Party and home decor, Easy crafts for kids, Rangoli ideas and yum Party food.
Henna Hand Print
Here is an unusual craft idea which girls will enjoy! it is a Hindu tradition to paint pretty designs onto the hands and feet at festivals and weddings and in some countries it is traditional to paint lovely henna "mehndi" designs on the hands for celebrations such as Eid.
Diwali - Toddler crafts, activities and resources
In 2017, Diwali will be celebrated on the 19th October. Children all over the world celebrate Diwali. Even if your kids are not from a background that celebrates Diwali there are still lots of Diwali kid's crafts and activities that you can do to increase their understanding of a different culture. Diwali (or Deepavali) is also known as the Festival of Lights and is one of the largest and most important festivals of the year for Hindus. Deepavali means "row of lamps" and the festival…
It's a very tasty desert made mainly of condensed or dry milk and sugar. The name of this desert is derived from the word Barf which is coming from the Persian language "as mentioned in Wikipedia" :) There are many flavors and tastes of Bufri, but...