Ribbon Art

      No Comments on Ribbon Art

2012 - Ribbon Art props photo 3It’s the perfect time of year to be artistic with extra ribbon — or ribbon from presents after they are opened. Just provide the supplies — colored construction paper (any size) and tape. If your child is old enough to cut it himself, great. If not, all you need to do is cut an assortment of strips, all sizes, all colors, and let your child tape the pieces of ribbon on the paper. Paste would be better if you have it. And, provide crayons in case he wants to make a beautiful illustration, abstract is just fine, around the applied ribbon. Maybe this ribbon art can become a greeting card with a message to go along with a present — or even mailed to a long-distance relative!

About Sharla

Sharla Feldscher has always been a "kid-believer!" She's written six books on creative activities to enjoy with young children and has written for magazines, newspapers, broadcast media and now has this blog with one easy-to-do KIDFUN tip each blog. She is also the owner of a public relations business in Philadelphia.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *