DIY Artwork

Want a customizable gift for a colleague or loved one?  Visit the tutorial on DIY Artwork here.  In our ski bungalow in Colorado, I made a completely customizable DIY piece just for there - it hangs in the lou and another mini-one embellishes our ski locker.

Too fun,

Jen

2 comments:

  1. This was a very fun, and super easy, project. My 8 year old daughter and I created one together that reads 'make music' as a gift for her piano teacher (I posted a photo of it on the upcycled education fb page). I think that students would really enjoy this, too. I am thinking that in my science class I could offer this as an option for a project; the student would have to choose a word to represent a particular unit/topic and then create it. It provides students with purpose, mastery, and autonomy (think Daniel Pink) as well as differentiates the assignment (not all students best display their knowledge by writing a paper).

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