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Art Tray – CD Creations

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Art has always been a huge part of our lives.  An art space was the first thing that went into our playroom and it continues to be the number one activity of choice.

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A big chunk of our playroom is dedicated to art.  A few years back I started setting out Art Trays (as seen above).  It’s somewhat of a more permanent invitation based off my children’s interests.  I will hopefully have a post up soon of the different art trays that we have explored over the past year or so.  Here are a few that we have had out recently:

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Art Tray on the left: Stamping

Art Tray on the right: Oil and chalk pastels

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Art Try on the left: Oven Bake Clay

Art Tray on the right: Sharpie Markers and Photo Paper

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CD Creation Art Tray

Puffy Paint

Glitter

Acrylic Paint

Q-tips

CDs

My girls love to paint and I wanted to give them a different medium to explore.  This isn’t technically a new post but when I went back to re-post our CD Painting from 2011 it was pretty pathetic!  It was from our old blog and none of the pictures were showing up.  Not to mention the broken links.  :-/  So here is the new and revised version!

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I just placed a dab of paint on a piece of white paper for my 4 year old to paint with.  We used Q-tips for easy clean-up.

Hard at work.

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Finished!

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Yes, Mommy had fun with this one, too.  :-P

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Adding some glitter

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I love the texture the puffy paint created!  Proud girl.

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Finished.

I will update the post with how we displayed them after they dry.

RL

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