Mermaids` Makings

Self Portraits

Tonight we made some portraits for lilla a`s exhibition. Yes.. daddy joined in too, so we now have three beautiful faces (although two of them look like clowns in Annabel’s eyes – she didn’t agree with using pom poms for noses :)

Lilla a– l on jälle näituse korraldamine käsil. Seekord on teemaks autoportreed ja tingimuseks, et on kasutatud papptaldrikut. Mulle lilla a näitused väga meeldivad. Oleme osa võtnud nüüdseks juba vist kuuest. Vaadake asi üle ja võtke osa!

Kuniks õhtusöök valmis oli meil parajasti aega teha valmis oma portreed. Pakkusime issile ka ja ta oli meeleldi nõus osa võtma. Värvisime kõigepealt roosa akrüülvärviga taldriku ära. Kuniks taldrik kuivas joonistasime valgele paberile silmad, nina ja suu ning lõikasime välja. Meie issiga kasutasime küll pom pom- i.. Annabel arvas, et nii näevad välja klounid ja joonistas ise nina. Juusteks kasutasime värvilist siidipaberit. Issi juuksed on tavalisest värvilisest paberist, sest seda sai käärid abil krussi keerata.

Tulemus on päris vahva!

Linked to: Kids Get Crafty

5 comments on “Self Portraits

  1. lilla a
    March 28, 2011

    I had to let Annabel know that hers was A’s favourite self-portrait! She adored the glittery crown! I laughed a lot to see the whole family in disposable plates, so great!

    • mermaid
      March 31, 2011

      I`m glad A loved Annabel`s portrait. Yes, the crown was cute. It was really fun that our daddy joined in as well.
      Thanks for your lovely comment :)

  2. kasikasi
    March 17, 2011

    Again, very nice social project :)

  3. Rachel
    March 13, 2011

    Those are so fun!!!

    I’d love to have you join in on my For the Kids Friday Link Party. Stop by and see what we’re up to. You’re sure to find something fun :)

  4. Red Ted Art
    March 10, 2011

    Oh how lovely! You made faces of all the family!! I love it!! Can’t wait for the whole exhibition. It will be glorious!! :-)

    Thanks for linking up to Kids Get Crafty!!


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