I have spent some time gathering a selection of monoprinting techniques into a binder. I was ready for a bit of play time and it was also time to let the grand kiddies get messy in art 101. With their planners still at the forefront of my mind, and a few Avery label sheets on hand, I decided that we'd make our own stickers.
I had the various circle labels which are an easy peel away sticker. But I also had some plain sheets for customizing. I got my samples prepared for class.
Adding an extra student to the mix made it somewhat harder to stick to the plan. sheesh! This was the calm before the paint got on my good sweater! :( DD was hiding out in a quieter corner but to be fair, she had hinted at the new dynamics this young lady added to the mix. We cleaned everything up. Washing the gelli plates and supplies proved more fun than anything previous. :O
Once we were relatively dry we started cutting stamps. Some of my punches are second hand buys and are not too very sharp which is challenging for the kids. But it introduced them to future creative options.
I did bring Jolina home with me and we stopped off to buy an art supply that I'd been contemplating. ;^) The Big Shot, which should help out future classes! These two wee dies were extras and way too fiddly for me but they were definitely a hit with the youngest grand kiddie. Now we can really roll out stickers!