Saturday, November 20, 2010

Crafting




I was at my youngest's class on Friday helping out with their Christmas Craft Day. We made snowflakes from paper and then screen printed them on t-shirts. I think the girls had fun. Thanks to Ms Seear for letting me hang out at school :)

7 comments:

june at noon said...

What a cool idea! Love it!

Posie Patchwork said...

Totally cool. I seem to help out most with my middle two children's craft activities, but when i do it with my youngest, it's sad as that is the last year/ time i'll do them. I think i like to impress my 3rd daughter's teacher who is from Finland & so glamorous, stylish & effortlessly brilliant at design, with my little bits of art, like my Easter Egg baskets, i got an A+ for them. Love Posie

the textured leaf said...

All I seemed to do at school was be a reading mum nazi. I really wanted was to teach kids to read and am still saddened by some techniques in use today. I like the good old fashioned way :)

Luna said...

Wow - so effective, looks easy and great results!

Ingrid Mida said...

It looks so easy but it can't be. Screen-printing is the one thing I've yet to try. Did they all turn out so well?

Blueberry Park said...

how fantastic, Kylie! they've turned out so well ;-) x

JenMeister said...

Oo, err! So simple and pretty! I have some xmas decoration ideas now... I'll give this a go with freezer paper, thanks for the inspiration x