Easily teach the concept of a horizon line while making a beautiful symmetrical pressed landscape. Just press for younger students, or add sophisticated details at older ages.
Fold paper in half, then transfer paints and pigments in a method similar to the Rorschach prints. Explore inner emotions using multiple layers and materials.
Make a patch to unite members of a club, such as art or archery club, or just make a visual representation of a personal passion.
Making multiples is easy and the color can be changed for each patch using Derwent Inktense pencils with water and fabric medium.
All lessons are presented in the order in which they were taught.
Not all lessons of each unit are present on these pages.
Using the traditional Japanese method of tie-dyeing called Shibori, students create a graphic wall piece of dyed muslin.
Tie, fold, crimp, and bind muslin to create gorgeous patterning.
This process uses acrylic paint and medium to create translucent artwork within a ring.
Easily create a distinctive iron-on patch using a linoleum block, paint and ink pencils.