6/27/2008

Show And Tell


Glue Relief Flowers


We began a loose study of Georgia Okeffee this week. We made a glue relief flower picture in OKeffee style. They turned out so pretty!


 Step One: Using glue and black construction paper outline your flower with glue. And let dry over night.


( be patient! )



Step Two ( We used pastel oil chalks)


 




 



 




14 comments:

  1. Their art work turned out really nice. What a great effect. Looks like a fun project too. How did you get the glue part to look silvery?

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  2. Those are neat! Even I might be able to make a pretty flower with this technique.

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  3. That's neat. My dd would love to do one. I may have to find the glue.

    Jenn

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  4. Those are so cool! They turned out great.


    Have a great weekend!

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  5. Amazingly beautiful!!! Such creative artwork!

    Mama Karen

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  6. I am so impressed....

    From these pictures those seem to have a professional quality about them. I love the color combinations, too.

    Thanks for showing us those...

    bethanyrae

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  7. Wow...thank you for sharing!

    Blessings,

    Linda

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  8. You gals are SOOOOOOOOO CREATIVE ! I just love seeing what you will do next !!! This one is sooooo neat. I might have to try one myself and the boys would have fun too. [0=


    Thank you for sharing.


    Blessings and ((HUGS)) my SSiC

    In Him<><

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  9. These turned out beautiful.


    It sounds fairly simple as well.


    I'd have to work on the 'patience' thing! :}


    Thanks for sharing,

    Robyn

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  10. blessedwith2angelsJune 27, 2008 at 9:19 AM

    Thanks for visiting my blog! Those flowers are pretty.----Ash


    That looks like such a neat project, Tina. I think we will try that as soon as we start school again.

    Pam

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  11. Well...that is cool! I never heard of this kind of "glue relief" art, and how did that glue turn silvery? All in all, some lovely artwork.

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  12. What an awesome idea! Their beautiful Thank you for sharing this.

    Antoinette

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  13. That's really neat! And it turns out so cute and pretty!


    Thank you very much for the comment!


    God Bless,

    Amber

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  14. I will definitely have to remember this - very neat project! We are studying Georgia O'Keffee more in depth this coming homeschool year (although we read about her this previous year)

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