Evergreen Academy Art Newsletter

Jeanine Lipp

Snowy Art Projects

November and December are times of icy creativity and arctic activity in the Art Room. While 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students work on creating giant snowflakes for our Winter Concert the younger classes will be finishing up their Fun in the Snow projects. Look for these beautiful works of art on display on Artsonia.com. http://www.artsonia.com/schools/school.asp?id=134879 Remember to leave a positive comment for our budding artists.

December in the Art Room

Check out all of the new projects for this month

How to make a large 3D paper snowflake step by step

Cool Stuff Needed for Art Class

Do you have Cool Stuff lurking in your drawers, closets, and garage? Do you end up with leftover gift wrap and bows after the holidays? Place these items in a bag and send them to Mrs. Lipp. Your children will transform these everyday objects into Art Masterpieces! Check out the list below and see if you have any of these art treasures.

Buttons, rickrack, fabric, felt, string, Velcro, yarn, lace, doilies

Gift Wrap, ribbon, stickers, Hallmark cards, gift bags, tissue paper, wall paper, scrapbook paper, bows, cardboard

Sequins, glitter, beads, silk flowers or leaves, floral wire, floral Styrofoam, pom-poms, wiggle eyes, foam shapes

Popsicle sticks, pipe cleaners, packing peanuts, bubble wrap, drinking straws, paper towel rolls, egg cartons

Leftover wood (small), nuts & bolts, hinges, sandpaper, metal or rubber washers, golf balls, ping pong balls, etc.

CD discs, circuit plates, hardware, wire, paperclips

Use your imagination — Your children and Mrs. Lipp will thank you!