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Mar

27

By:

Taylor Zakarin

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We hope everyone is healthy and safe at home, practicing social distancing! Understandably, we are not holding ArtROCKS! at NorthPark Center this Saturday, but we thought there might still be many of you sitting around with your kiddos looking for some fun, engaging activities. As a result, we’ve asked our usual ArtROCKS! friends to share some projects you can do from the comfort of your home!
 

Kid Art Dallas
Spring Garden Collage, inspired by Natasha Bowdoin’s Garden Plot

Materials:

Recycled materials (food packages, old gift bags, etc.)
One piece of 9x11 construction paper 
Glue stick
Scissors 

Instructions:

1. Gather colorful paper materials and construction paper for the background.

construction paper and materials


2. To make flower blossoms, cut circles and scalloped circles using a variety of different colors and sizes between 1-4 inches.

paper flowers


3. Create stems by cutting long, narrow strips of paper. Using a similar color paper, cut a few leaf shapes for each flower.

4. Use a glue stick to assemble. Stack 2-4 layers of concentric circles to form flowers and add stems and leaves.

garden plot inspired craft

 

Sour Grapes
Make your own coloring book inspired by the art collection at NorthPark!

Materials:

White Paper
Printer
Crayons, markers, or any other tool you like use to color

Instructions:

1. Print out this PDF file.

northpark coloring book


2. Fold according to the below graphic.

coloring book folding instructions


3. Begin coloring!

coloring book final

 

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