Paint chip crafts have been celebrated in the #getcreativewith challenge on Instagram this week.
The crafty ladies from Little Button Diaries and I were stoked to have Rossa from @curiouslittlepeople on board as Guest Judge for the week.
How glorious is that Rainbow Bird from @artcampla?
It also happened to be Dr Seuss’ birthday, so @toddler_tornado made a Seuss-inspired hot air balloon a la “Oh! The Places You’ll Go!”
Monsters were made over at @thestrongcollection HQ.
Paint chips were used by @cara.raisingkinley to create a record collage project.
Some Matisse-inspired toddler art was shared by @littleartistcastle
I’m now convinced that paint chips are a completely under-rated, under-used craft material around here.
Here are 3 activities we did with paint chips….
Miss 3 is obsessed with colour mixing at the moment. So we used some paint charts to guide a little lesson on tinting and shading.
It was a wet, dreary old week in Sydney. We sat down to a craft session with paint chips and I asked Miss 3 what we should make. “A rainbow!” she proclaimed.
So we made this little paint chip rainbow, inspired by the work of the super-creative Claire from A Spoonful of Color.
This is a throwback to a Christmas Wreath we made out of paint chips. You can find the DIY here.
It could be easily adapted to create a sweet Easter wreath or a Remembrance wreath.
This week, we have the wonderful Joanna from The Blue Barn as guest judge. And the theme is most eggcellent. We’re asking people to #getcreativewith egg boxes.
Come and join in the fun over at @get.creative.with.