Mirror, Mirror on the Wall....
Turn mirror face down. Add glue to the the perimeter in small sections. Place straws a quarter inch deep or adjust according to desired length.
Once full diameter of mirror back has been covered with straws, turn over so that mirror is facing up. Decorate mirror front with chosen embellishments.
We've all been there... What do we get the ones we love this valentines? Yes, buying a gift does take a lot of thought but making something is what makes gift giving really special. This quick craft is easy as 1-2-3, perfect for all ages to execute and enjoy. We guarantee these cards will give everyone's heart a big bear hug!
What you will need:
Step 1: Colour in Doily or cut out circle shape from construction paper.
Tip: Use a cereal bowl or circle lid as stencil for circular shape
Step 2: Draw ears and cut out.
Step 3: Colour in ear designs, and triangles for the bow.
Step 4: Glue doily and ears onto sheet of paper size of your choice.
Note: I'm using 8"x 11.5" paper as my base.
Step 5: Cut out bear nozzle and glue.
Tip: Fold paper in half and on one side with flat edge towards you draw an upside down "U" cut and unfold. Edit edges of shape to create desired circular shape.
Step 6: Add embellishments, message, and any accents like facial features and designs.
Tip: Mounting piece on a drawing board gives it a more lasting and professional touch.
Before you start, keep in mind:
Just Like everyone has a story, every art piece has one too. An initial thought sparks a continuous path of ideas, some are recreated leaving us content with the results, while others leave us deflated and un-satisfied.
Before giving up on our ideas, we should ask ourselves- why? Why did we start in the first place? What brings us joy in the process?
Whatever your "Why?" Always remember to ask: "Why does it have to be perfect?"
My hope for you, art-loving beings of the world, is to let go of expectations! Enjoy the process and know that regardless of the results, you'll definitely learn something new while having fun.
Happy accidents are probably the best things to happen in the process and once you allow yourself to let go, you will become the true artist within you!
“Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep."