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Tag: process art


When you think of Autumn, what colours do you think of? For me its hues of red, orange, gold, amber and brown. After a gorgeous walk in Stadt Park with Miss 3.10, we decided to use the maple leaves we Read more…


When we lived in Canberra, we regularly visited Jackson Pollock’s Blue Poles at the National Gallery of Australia. Inspired by this, we got very messy to make some Pollock inspired process art.


We all know that pumpkin decorating can get a little… well competitive. Whilst there are some truly awesome creations out there, most would be impossible for a little one to achieve. Here is one of the simplest ways to decorate Read more…


I’m always on the hunt for taste safe paint option, especially when it comes to Mr E (16 months) so when we had a punnet of sour raspberries on our hands, we decided to utilise them for painting…


Painting ice cubes is one of our favourite summertime activities. Whilst i’d usually use non-toxic washable paints with my eldest two, I opt to use simple food colouring with my youngest (16 months)⁣


I was looking back on old photographs yesterday and realised I haven’t done any process based art with the children for a little while – lets blame the school holidays for that one! We’ve done very similar trees in the Read more…


Don’t you just love Autumn? Or Fall depending on which part of the world you’re in! It is by far my favourite season. With the cooler weather comes more opportunities to get arty outside without the worry of sunburn. Here’s Read more…