Friday, 31 August 2012

FESTIVALS OF INDIA - FREE HAND DRAWING










Linking it up with Shruthi' Artsy Craftsy Challenge - India

Tuesday, 28 August 2012

INDIAN LANDMARKS - SIMPLE DRAWING STEPS FOR KIDS





SIMPLE STEPS TO DRAW CASTLES / FORTS FOR KIDS:





1) Draw a bigger rectangle .
2) Draw 2 cylinders/long rectangle on two sides . One on each side.
3) Draw divided short lines / strips with space between them.
4) Join strips with curves and draw small revered u inside them.
5) To Poles on the centre rectangle with similar U's . Host an Indian flag.


Linking it up with Shruthi' Artsy Craftsy Challenge - India



Sunday, 19 August 2012

LEISURE WALK


Linking this to the Thursday Challenge : "LEISURE" .

Saturday, 18 August 2012

PEACOCK





THINGS REQUIRED :

Pipe cleaners
Ear buds
Balloon
Pompom
Google eye
Foam beak
Decorate buttons

STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED :

1) Cut the neck of the balloon , to form the body for peacock.
2) Match sticks are glued for legs.
3) Pipe cleaners, Buds and colourful buttons to make feathers.
4) Pom pom for head , fixed with google eye and foam sheet beak. Peacock is ready.

Linking it up with Shruthi' Artsy Craftsy Challenge - India



Friday, 17 August 2012

INDIAN EMBLEM








THINGS REQUIRED :


Water colours

Paper

Colour pens

Tissue paper holder



STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED:


1) Draw 4 lions and colour it.




2) Glue it to the tissue paper holder.


3) Make oval shape cut outs of plain white paper and arrange it as shown .


4) Glue it in the centre to a bottle cap form lotus.


5) Mount lions over it .Emblem is ready.


Linking it up with Shruthi' Artsy Craftsy Challenge - India

Thursday, 16 August 2012

PLASTIC CUP CANDLE HOLDER - INDEPENDENCE DAY SPL


HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY !!! Saluting all the real heroes who fought for an independent india . In their remembrance , we crafted this DIY lantern.




THINGS REQUIRED : 

Transparent plastic cups
Water/Poster colours





STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED : 

Colour it up in colours of indian flag . 




Linking it up with Shruthi' Artsy Craftsy Challenge - India

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

HAPPY INDIAN FAMILY



Linking it up with Shruthi' Artsy Craftsy Challenge - India

INDIAN INDEPENDENCE DAY CROWN/HAT



THINGS REQUIRED :

Paper plate for crown

Card paper for band
Colours

Linking it up with Shruthi' Artsy Craftsy Challenge - India 

Saturday, 11 August 2012

OLYMPIC POSTER



This is our weekend craft !!! Designed our Olympic poster !!! Players keep rocking !!!

Tuesday, 7 August 2012

DIWALI - PAPER CUTTING CRAFT




My daughter's thoughts of Diwali ..Rangoli , Crackers , Sweets , Diyas and New Dress . She drew and cut it from papers and glue for Diwali Poster .Linking it up with Shruthi' Artsy Craftsy Challenge - India .

Monday, 6 August 2012

BABY KRISHNA PENCIL SKETCH

This is my fry try to sketch baby krishna for Gokulaashtami .






Sunday, 5 August 2012

INDIA - COLLAGE






THINGS REQUIRED :


Paper plate
Water colours


STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED :




1) Paint indian flag in the plate .
2) Glue words decribing india .Teach your kids about india through the related words.


Linking it up with Shruthi's Artsy Craftsy Challenge - India.









Wednesday, 1 August 2012

OLYMIC TORCH - 4

Oympic fever is running up very high day by day . Here is yet another torch from us to join the race of olympic themed crafting . ....








THINGS REQUIRED : 


Yellow/Orange coloured chart paper.
Glue
Colour pens


STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED :


1) Draw torch and cut it out as shown .





2) Fold it as shown .









3) Glue it as shown .









4) Glue few orange flames too . Open the torch and stuff it up with waste paper .Torch is ready to play with .





CUP PAPER FLOWERS




THINGS REQUIRED :


Cupcake baking paper 
Coloured charts/paper
Buttons
Glue


STEPS TO BE FOLLOWED :


1) Make stem and leaves of coloured paper and glue to a chart .
2) Use cup papers for flowers and glue button to the centre .
3) Draw a garden and glue it to the wall .Linking it up with Colors Dekor , Weekly story ~ 88 .

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