C can be a prolific painter. I save my favourites in a file; however that still leaves us with lots of art work. I decided to repurpose some of the others to make these cute (and easy) cards for this month’s birthdays.
- Painted (or crayon coloured) pictures by your child
- Glue stick and scissors
- Blank cards
1) With a Sharpe, draw an image on your child’s painting. I just free hand drew some images but if you need inspiration pick an image off Google images:)
2) Cut out the image and glue onto the blank card. I had C help with the gluing.
3) Colour on the card with crayons. I then let C continue to decorate the card with crayons both inside and out.
Voila! Cute, easy cards as promised!
Any other ideas for ways to constructively use some of your child’s artwork?