7/09/2011

The Sunday Showcase 7/10

The SUnday Showcase
Welcome to another fabulous Sunday Showcase!

This linky party is always full of amazing ideas so be sure to check out what everyone has linked-up. We have no doubt you will be inspired, awed and ready to go off an create something fabulous yourself!

If you are here for the first time please take a moment to read our informational post for full details - we like to think this is a pretty fun and flexible place but there are a few guidelines.

Basically, anything kid friendly and/or child centered is welcome!
We do not accept links for giveaways, shops, or downloads for purchase, etc.
They will be deleted & we do monitor our links.

If you're linking up with us - be sure to visit some of your fellow bloggers!
We ALL love comments, encouragement, feedback, etc.

One of your 2 Hostesses (Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas and/or Classified:Mom)
will be visiting & commenting on your shared link(s) -
we always appreciate your comment love too!

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Here are this week's Showcase Features
(chosen from last week's entries)

Maggy from Red Ted Art shared her adorable Stick Men with us -
what a fun nature craft!



Rose from Walnut Acre shared her simple and fun weaving project using left over fabric and an unused baby gate - so frugal & creative!



Brooke from Let Kids Create had a fun idea on how to create a puzzle using Popsicle sticks:

Becky from Rub Some Dirt on It showed us a very easy way to make crab prints with your child's hands!

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The Sunday Showcase Feature


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Here are this week's "Showcase" crafts by your Hostesses:

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas:
Tissue Paper & Foil Rainbow Fish

This week's craft was inspired by one of our favorite books Marcus Pfister's The Rainbow Fish. Using colored tissue paper, glue and some aluminum foil we created some lovely rainbow fish of our very own.



Classified:Mom:
Chalk is such a great, inexpensive medium to do art with. Dry chalk is fun- get it wet with water and it gets even better! The following directions are for the preshcool-first grade child. Older children can create an entire underwater world drawing and painting with both dry and wet chalk.
Rainbow Fish Chalk Painting


Aimee (Classified:Mom) & Bernadette (Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas)


4 comments:

  1. Wow! Thses are great links! I love the Dinosaur World, it is so realistic!

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  2. I'm so glad I found your site! I have a whole closet of art supplies and am always looking for new projects to do with my little kids. Love the stick men and popsicle puzzles. We're going to tackle our own here today. Really great ideas here, thank you! Amy

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  3. Thanks so much for hosting this fab party! I have added your party to my soon-to-be-published list of link parties and I look forward to joining you on a regular basis!

    Have a fabulous week!
    Ramona

    http://create-with-joy.com

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  4. That should be a shrimp scampi recipe I have in the picture but it didn't come up. Sorry about that!

    Thanks for the links.

    Mary
    @sweepingme

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Aimee ~Classified: Mom

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