My son wanted to try a different art technique, so I decided to introduce him to fluid painting, which is a form of abstract art.
Using felt tip pens, my son began to explore the different lines, shapes, and patterns, with fruit as the main focus on each canvas.
While watching Short Circuit, I randomly blurted out that it would be cool to recreate Johnny 5 out of cardboard. My son thought that this would be a good idea.
What an experience these past months have been. Before lockdown, I was tired of feeling anxious, so, made a referral for support. After, I completed a few cognitive behaviour therapy sessions to improve my mental health and address my thoughts. Around a month later, we went into lockdown.
Today, the 8th May 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day. My son and I decided that for our celebrations, we will have a little party for two at home (of course).
Cardboard Popcorn Holder Using cardboard, I helped my son fold and glue together a 3d shape of an animated face. We made ears, hair, and a nose too. My son then painted the cardboard craft figure using red and silver paint. He glued on googly eyes to make the design look more cartoon-like. He scrunched... Continue Reading →