This one requires some forward planning so I am posting it now in the hope you can complete it some time in spring! I just LOVE the colours and shapes in these amazing garden sculptures made by lids of all shapes and sizes! This is recycling at it’s best.
Start saving your lids now, plan your design, glue together (using suitable glue to bond plastics and survive outdoors) then voila!
Be sure to send us a photo of your creations.
This is a great “work in progress” project. Just get started then work on it whenever boredom hits or time permits.
Who doesn’t LOVE a rainbow?
Follow the easy peasy tutorial here!
Collect leaves and or flowers of all shapes and sizes. Dry for a few days between the pages of a heavy book or in a flower press. If you don’t have time for the drying process, green leaves will also work however may not sit quite as flat on the page.
Play around with the shapes of the leaves until you find a design that works. Glue leaves into place and add details such as eyes, arms or legs. For older kids you can also introduce the writing element to this activity.
And here is the not-so-express version … just in case you want to fill in the afternoon. How fabulous do these look? Love.