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domenica 1 aprile 2018

Cestini di Pasqua

Possedere una Big Shot è molto utile anche a scuola, per far realizzare in tempi brevi piccoli lavoretti ai bambini . :D 
Ho fustellato la forma di un cestino (Sizzix Bigz XL Flower Pocket) per ogni alunno della mia classe, usando cartoncino bianco da 300 g. Ho tagliato anche molte altre piccole forme (colombe, coniglietti, staccionate, farfalle, rami e fiori di diverso tipo) da avanzi di cartoncino, in modo che ognuno potesse scegliere quelle che voleva per decorare il suo cestino (e io ho eliminato un po' di avanzi LOL  :D ). Il coniglio e le colombe sono brand Memory Box, i rami verdi e la grande farfalla sono brand Sizzix, le altre forme non ricordo.
Ho portato a scuola i Distress Oxides, due blender tools e qualche rotolo di washi tape...  :D Ecco alcuni dei 22 cestini realizzati dai bambini (8 anni). Hanno colorato da soli anche la scatola (con i Distress Oxides -Twisted Citron all'esterno e Broken China all'interno); io ho soltanto mostrato come usare il blender tool. La paglietta e le uova di cioccolato che si vedono in foto sono state inserite nei cestini alla fine del lavoro! ;D
Purtroppo mi sono dimenticata di fotografare tutti i 22 cestini assieme! :(
... Hanno decorato anche il retro.
Qualche bambino ha usato uno stencil (un negativo di una fustellata in cartoncino) e ha fatto l'erba. Hanno lavorato separatamente sulle due parti del cestino e io poi ho incollato i pezzi.
In questa scatola la bimba ha disegnato gli steli dei fiori e le foglie con le matite. Io intravedo una futura crafter...! :D
I conigli e le staccionate sono stati scelti quasi da tutti i bambini :)... e li hanno colorati con il DI Vintage Photo.

Questo qui sotto invece è il cestino pasquale che ho fatto io e che ho mostrato ai bambini come esempio (fronte e retro).
Il coniglietto bianco visto di spalle è in legno e ha una bella coda di cotone :)
Ne ho fatto anche un'altra versione con avanzi di carta patterned (carta da origami brand Melinera- Lidl- incollata su cartoncino). Il timbro è colorato con i Distress Inks e le matite + penna gel bianca; l'ho ritagliato e incollato sull'ovale scallop fatto con un punch.

Con i miei due cestini ( le ultime 3 foto) vorrei partecipare ai seguenti challenge:

31 commenti:

Lisa ha detto...

Wow!! They've done an amazing job on all of these!! I love the designs, colors and details of each one! They are all so gorgeous!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Wendy ha detto...

Gorgeous Easter Baskets from the children and you.
Wendy xx

aussie aNNie ha detto...

Happy Easter Alice, and what a gorgeous post, full of lovely boxes to put goodies in....love them.
Re my fussy cutting it took me ages and several attempts. I colour my image after the cutting in case I mess up and of course I did twice...I also use very sharp scissors called 'cutter bee'. Small and sharp just for my cutting.xxx💖 [Aussie aNNie's Blog]

Debra K. ha detto...

Happy Easter! Wow, what a lot of talented little crafters in your class! You designed such a lovely project for them. They really did brilliantly with the ink blending and decorating of their boxes, they must have been so proud of themselves and, of course, happy to have the little chocolate eggs to eat too :D. It must have taken you many hours to prepare the craft lesson for them. I wish I'd been there to see their happy faces when they had finished. You most definitely must be their favourite teacher Alice! Debra x

Carol L ha detto...

It makes my heart happy to see you passing on your love of crafting to the children in your class! They seem to have learned quickly from you as their projects turned out to be quite special and cute! I love the coloring and designs they created - those little hands are learning how to make beautiful things at such a young age, and it's wonderful! Love your wooden bunny with the little cottontail! Such cute treat boxes from you and your class! Happy Easter my friend, you are blessed :)

Barbara ha detto...

Wow, with all the boxes, I can tell you worked hard :) Beautiful job! Thank you for playing along with us in the DIES R US challenge!
Barbara
Dies R Us Challenge Blog DT
http://carterie-creative.blogspot.fr

Darlene ha detto...

WOW these are fabulous and so festive! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘Anything Goes DRU’ challenge at Dies R Us. Good Luck and please come back again soon!

Darlene (DRU Blog Leader)
DIES R US CHALLENGE BLOG
DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please stop by for a visit.

Linda Simpson ha detto...

These are all gorgeous and so cute! Happy Easter.
Hugs
Linda xxx

KT Fit Kitty ha detto...

Oh, Alice, you are an AWESOME educator! What fun it must have been when the children were making these boxes! I love them all! The young crafters were so creative - all the boxes are different! I think they enjoyed this project! I love the boxes you made too, my dear friend! Yours was a perfect example to show them what to do, and is so cute! I love your second box too - adorable little basket bunny! I really enjoyed reading this post and seeing the pictures so I know you must have had a lot of fun with the children making these baskets! Have a blessed day!

cuilliesocks ha detto...

Hi Alice, your baskets are absolutely gorgeous, the children have made a brilliant job of them and just perfect for little eggs, all so beautifully decorated too. I hope you've had a lovely Easter, Kate x

cotnob ha detto...

Super Easter baskets, wonderful gifts.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
x

Susan Hogan ha detto...

What a lovely project to do with the children. Those baskets look amazing! Bet their parents were suitable impressed. Your own baskets are super cute - love the little wooden bunny.

MaryH ha detto...

You have a class of very talented crafty children to have created all these lovely baskets. What a wonderful blending they have done on these treat baskets, and my goodness, the stenciling looks very expertly done too. I'm sure you have inspired them so much, and it shows. I loved your example too, and what fun you all must have had in class. I can bet each student was so proud to take home the bunny boxes. I love that kids still like to color & make things in today's hi tech world! TFS & have a good week

Mia ha detto...

Great Easter baskets, Alice. Happy Easter, my friend.

MiamiKel ha detto...

Wow!! An absolute vision and oh so cute these little Easter baskets! Such a cute treat idea :) I hope you had a blessed Easter!

Darnell ha detto...

These are magnificent, Alice! What a lot of care and work went into these fantastic baskets! I hope you had a Happy Easter!! Hugs, Darnell

Birgit ha detto...

These little treat boxes are darling Alice! What a delightful gift! Thanks so much for joining the fun at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog. Best of luck to you!

Pia S ha detto...

They look fantastic, all of them! I guess your pupils had a fun time and enjoyed the experience, they did awesome! So did you with your sweet baskets.

Liz ha detto...

These are wonderful, Alice, the children decorated them beautifully. The children in my class used to love using my Big Shot too. xx

Jenny L ha detto...

Hi Alice,
what very super snippet makes they are all so wonderfully created and so pretty.
Excellent use of snippets.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Marianne's Craftroom ha detto...

What a fab idea, love them

Di ha detto...

What super little gift boxes Alice - and made by little ones aged just 8, very artistic work indeed. As you say, the little one who drew in the leaves and stems is a crafter in the making!

Hugs

Di xx

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards ha detto...

Clever work indeed Alice at inspiring the young to achieve much indeed! What amazing creations by your dear self and the younger hands,
Thanks for sharing and for popping over too!
Shaz in Oz.x

{Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

Lori ha detto...

What a wonderful idea for school kids and so fun for them! These are adorable!

Gio ha detto...

Penso che Tim sarebbe orgoglioso dei tuoi pargoli! Che meraviglia tutti i cestinetti!

Sylvia ha detto...

Beautiful Easter baskets,Alice.Beautifully decorated too.Well done.

Gr,Sylvia.

Barb ha detto...

The children have made beautiful baskets and I'm sure they had lots of fun and felt very pleased with their achievements. Yours are very pretty Alice. Barbxx

Elizabeth ha detto...

Hi Alice, your baskets are lovely and a great way to use up snippets. So much fun for the children too. Elizabeth xx

Bianca ha detto...

So lovely easterbaskets! Thank you for joining us at Fairytale Challenge. Hugs, Bianca

Pamellia Johnson ha detto...

Oh my goodness, what an adorable idea for an Easter project! These little baskets are so perfect for chocolate egg baskets for the kids or even favour baskets at dinner for the grown ups! Those flowers are so beautiful and I love how you did the bright blue sky background. The doves are just divine and the butterflies are magical, but I think my favourite scene are the little bunnies in the field of flowers by the fence. So adorable and perfect for the occasion! Brilliant my friend, I just love these! hugs :)

scrappymo! ha detto...

These are so sweet. Bet they were a hit!