It’s painful for me to tell you that it snowed in Denver yesterday. Although I may have wanted to resort to violence (punching a hole into the wall) I decided to instead pull out my Astrobrights paper stash and colorize instad. With Beck by my side, I created these fruit paper cuts while he practiced what I will call color theory (getting marker all over everything).
This project requires no fine art skills (believe me, I have none), only a few supplies you probably already have on hand, and is kid friendly if they know how to use a pair of scissors. Simply freehand cut the fruit and geometric shapes and use a glue stick to put it all together.
You could create a whole slew of fruits (pineapples are all the rage right now).
Ready to bust out your own colorful project? I’m giving away a customized package of Astrobrights paper (proof that it’s amazing) and a $50 gift card to Office Depot to help you colorize this spring. All you need to do is comment on this post telling me what projects you have in mind. This giveaway is open for 48 hours. Winner will be randomly selected then contacted by me via email. Good luck!