Dear friends sorry I have not been to visit your blogs, my little one has school holidays due to a bus strike and I am struggling to balance work and motherhood !
This Stencil-Glitter Art card was done entirely by my 6 year old using an awesome kit from Pie Lane [won at Indira's blogversary].Its such a simple craft but since its a first for us sharing our experience in a mini Stencil Art Tutorial
|Stencil Art tutorial|
- Tape the Stencil on paper using a sticky tape that is not too sticky so that you wont tear the paper later on when you remove it from the stencil .
- Apply glue on the designs of the stencil
- Let dog help [to prevent doggy -sad face]!
- Let your child smear glitter on the stencil alone and not her face or the dog!
Stencil Art tutorial.
- Try to avoid thinking how you are going to clean up dog, child and house !
- Try to be graceful when your young crafter rejects all your "creative input" and still makes a beautiful creation !!
Congrates on being featured!!ReplyDelete
Your Daughter did a great job on the card!!!!!
Thank You so much Paula ...the Card kit had everything so it was easy for her..still I am proud of her!!Delete
Congrats on your featured Fridays so well deserved!ReplyDelete
Aw your daughter has so much special talents, you must be so proud of her that she in on the same track as you crafting.... Great job!
Enjoy your lovely evening and upcoming weekend!
nice ,aapki beti aapse aage niklegi.nice betaji.ReplyDelete
Thank You Megha I will show your comment to her tomorrow!!Delete
Interesting :) very smart!!ReplyDelete
Sonia your dog looks like a big toy :) very beautiful :)
Thank You Khadija...He is like a child wants to play all the time and the sad face in the photo is because we were not allowing him near the glitter!!Delete
Oh i L♡V it and that is a must try i have an eager 3 year old wanting to do thisReplyDelete
I love that your little one gets so involved with crafting, Sonia. And she creates so well for her age. I long for a grandchild to share my crafting with.ReplyDelete
Congratulations! on being featured, but so well deserved x
Ha Ha Sasha if you were here I would let you borrow my little crafter!!Delete
Ha Ha !! Like the humor in the tutorial!! Congrats on being featured!! It was great knowing more about you!!ReplyDelete
Haha!! I love your tips, Sonia!! So funny!! Your daughter looks like she is having fun!! And your dog is so adorable!! Congratulations on being featured!! Have a great day :)ReplyDelete
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Thank You Lisa ..my dog is likes to poke his head everywhere.In our last crafting session he tried to use the bigshot as he wanted to know why we spent more time with it than play ball with him!Delete
Your six year old is obviously very talented!It's a lovely card.ReplyDelete
Very cute and nice tutorial. I especially like step 3 about letting the dog helpReplyDelete
Like the Glitter Stencil Owl. Your daughter did a wonderful job. My Daughter & I both like Owls. Cool that I posted an Owl project today also. Sounds like my dog that always wants to be in on whatever activity we are doing unless I'm punching. My dog does not like the sound when I use a punch.ReplyDelete
Melissa my dog is not scared of anything...I am always scared he will get his long lovely ears chopped off in my paper cutter!Delete
You deserve to be featured.. Totally awesome work by Prisha.. Did she manage some glitter on herself and the dog or not?? And how did you clean them.. *naughty smile*... :DReplyDelete
Got a kick out of your post--especially the dog part! :^) Your daughter did a great job with her card. And congrats on being featured! :^)ReplyDelete
You,Prisha and the...dog,make a beautiful team!As long as everybody is happy is Ok and the owl is happy too! IT'S A JOY TO VISIT YOUR BLOG, yOU HAVE A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY!ReplyDelete
Great piece of art was made by your daughter )she is same crafty as her Mom :) congrats on been featured, this is boosting creativity. have a great day!ReplyDelete
Dear Doc...Nice crafty kid u have...Like mom Like Daughter..ReplyDelete
Thank You Sathya...my kiddo is a perfectionist!!Delete
Congrats on the feature Dr Sonia..so deserving :)ReplyDelete
And your daughter 's card looks so pretty...she has done a fab job with the glitter and stencil's :)
Oh how beautiful! :o) Her work is stunning! Please tell her that she made my sparkly heart extra twinkly. :o) Your humor makes me laugh.. and it makes me so happy to know she has such a wonderful mom! Congratulations on your feature, which is completely deserved! Your projects are so inspiring and bring such joy to our crafty selves. :o) So happy for you!ReplyDelete
Hugs and blessings!
Karen so kind of you!!Delete
Congratulations for being featured!! And I have told this before, and I will tell this again, your daughter is super talented like you.... and God bless her :)ReplyDelete
Your daughter is so cute. How fun that you both share the same interest :O)ReplyDelete
Nice one adipoliReplyDelete
I love step no 6...you are so right!!!ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend
Ha Ha Trish unfortunately I am no longer the "expert" with my daughter!!Delete
You have made me laugh with your instructions! Yes, we should have patience and understanding for children's creativity, even caused the mess, or ends up on the dog. Let them grow! :DReplyDelete
Ha Ha how true and yes I try to encourage her and the dog!!Delete
Lol....that is a great tutorial. Love all the reality bits about including the dog and not thinking of cleaning up.ReplyDelete
Congratulations, Doc.. on being the featured at Fantastic Friday! :)ReplyDelete
Its so nice to you ur little one share the same passion as yours! :) Awesome!
Great that you have been featured . Love the card your daughter made. And yes, point 5 sounds familiar when you craft with kids. But it is worthwhile.ReplyDelete
Your hubby must be feeling really proud with 2 creative geniuses in the house!ReplyDelete
Congrats on being featured at Paperie Designs!!
Gorgeous card. Your daughter and Dog have done a fantastic job..LozReplyDelete
Nice work Sonia, your daughter sure is making you feel a super proud mom. Best wishes to her. Congrats on being featured. Simply superb at how you manage to balance your work, love for craft and home so well.ReplyDelete
Your daughter can make such sweet creations!!!!!!!!!!!!! So sorry you are juggling motherhood and work with the Bus Strike , that must be so hard....ReplyDelete
I am posting a project in the morning that my son Michael (9) made , he has Autism so I helped him and he is sooooooooooooooo proud of it!!! Thank you for visiting although you are so busy.
Such a creative child. She'll be giving lessons to her friends very soon.ReplyDelete
Your dog is a real cutie..still sparkling from the glitter? LOL Congrats on being featured by Hussena.
You have very talented six year old!!!ReplyDelete
Your daughter did a fab job Sonia...she is as talented as her beautiful mama :)ReplyDelete
Lovely description and creative kid :-)ReplyDelete
I'm a newcomer here and went thru many posts of urs. You are Very talented , creative, crafty and patient :-). Great works of urs.
I am yet to go thru the tutorials and try out things myself. But I will do and when I do will let u know :-)
Thank You so much ...will love to see your work!Delete
Congratulations, my friend on being featured!!!ReplyDelete
I just love how involved your little one is with you crafting -- soooo cute!!!! It must be fun sharing crafting adventures with your precious one!
Ohhhhh, I love your fur-baby too! Adorable!!!
Oh I love your daughter's art - and your step by step instructions- are you still cleaning up glitter that strayed? Congrats on being featured- how fun is that!!! I always love reading your fabulous tips!ReplyDelete
Congrats on being featured.I have to say,I admire you.With a job and a kid,it's commendable how you create time to follow your passion.I have a thing or two to learn from you.ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting my blog and the kind comments.:-)
Sumi so kind of you but I struggle just like everybody to manage time!!Delete