I never get over how creative children are. These are some results from my ANIMAL HEADS event at the North Beach branch of the San Francisco Public Library. They colored my permanent ink drawings with water soluble crayons and then stuck on all and everything. I especially like the cow’s do, with sticking up yarn and flowers! See more images from my events on my Art and Craft Projects page!
TODAY is September 21st—the day for ART WITH ELIZABETH at the San Francisco Public Library, North Beach Branch at 4:00 PM! We are doing an ANIMAL FACES ART AND CRAFT PROJECT. You are all welcome to come and join us. The North Beach library is located at 850 Columbus Ave., San Francisco.
Joyful results from my SUMMER event at the North Beach branch of the San Francisco Public Library last month! For the children I provided water soluble crayons as they're usually fail-safe.
I start them with permanent ink drawings, and after that the sky is the limit. It doesn’t matter what they do—it looks splendid. I enjoy their creativity and love being with them. See more photos on my Art and Craft Projects page!
These photos are from my SUMMER event at the North Beach branch of the San Francisco Public Library. The children use water soluble crayons over my permanent ink drawings. Crayons are easier than paints for small children to control.
The children are endlessly creative and this time used vivid colors. I love the fact someone turned the trowel in the bucket into a cactus. As always the sticking on part is the best! See more of my event photos on my Art and Craft Projects page!
Here are children and moms seriously creating wonders! They took part in my SUMMER Art and Craft Project event at the North Beach branch of the San Francisco Public Library. They started with my permanent ink drawings with an object to cut out and stick on, plus letters to add. I always give them water soluble crayons and water to swish around.
The favorite part is sticking on endless objects. As you can see no summer painting is complete without a variety of butterflies and a blue strawberry!