Thursday, August 29, 2013

Handprint Dinosaur Art

 Today I'm bringing some dino-love!
I shared this easy art earlier this month at A Little Slice of Special  and wanted to share today!
Last December my family welcomed a new nephew and his nursery is decorated in dinosaurs! My sister in law asked for help with some decor and this is what I came up with!


My nephew was born early...it was a little hairy him getting here...so I thought it would be special to use his big brother's hand print and make a dinosaur!  And it was so easy!



First I painted 2 16x20 canvases.  One a metallic blue and one a metallic green and did 2 coats.  Next, I printed off a speech bubble using PicMonkey and cut it out and the hand print.


Then I cut the speech bubble out of the word fabric and mod podged it in place.  Next I traced the hand print and then painted it in and added feet, tail, eye, mouth, and 'hair'. Finally, I added mod podge on top of the speech bubble. And done!


Moving on to the green canvas I simply printed off "Roar!" from my computer and then traced and cut it out of the blue chevron fabric and mod podged it on.




Custom, fun, easy, inexpensive nursery/kid art!!

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Happy Thursday lovelies!

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1 comment:

Christina said...

Very nice and colourful!

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