Aug
19
2011

Art & Craft with Lala

I don’t cook often. Most of the time Darling will tapau for us. The other day, he tapau-ed some lala(s) for me. I love lala, in fact, I love seafood. Gimme anything, I’ll eat them! :P

So after eating the lala(s), what do I do with the empty shells? So happen that we were heading to my work place that time so I took the empty shells and wrapped them in some old paper. Brought them to my work room and give them a thorough rinsing.

I placed them on the floor by the window to dry. Next, I mix some paint with PVA glue so that Ethan can start painting :D

He painted the first shell blue.

And then yellow.

Next is pink. He left the last shell untouched! @_@

I cut a green construction paper and let him paste onto a blue paper.

Then we did some thumb printing so that we can have some colourful flowers.

Lastly he pasted the ‘lala butterflies’ and there..

A beautiful LALA artwork!  Have a great weekend peeps! :D

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    nice..

    boleh guna idea ni kat sekolah..

    TQVM

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    Merryn Reply:

    Cikgu Isza,

    Pastikan yg budak budak tu basuh lala tu betul betul, kalu tak bersih busuk nanti! :D

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    Wah,hebat la Ethan!! ^_^.v.. His mum also hebat,so creative.. so,gantung di mana la dat art?? ^_^.v..

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    Merryn Reply:

    Ehem, terima kasih banyak banyak Aki :D

    Gantung kat bilik kerja ai ler mana lagi :)

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    So creative!!!

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    Very nice! You train Ethan well, he knew how to do this type of painting. Most kids his age can only colour with colour pencils. Btw, is that paint ?

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    Thanks for the idea. Now I know what to do with the cockle shells that i have saved for some time…. ^-^

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    yeah, very creative and nice indeed!! have never thot of using the clam shells in artwork, will just eat and throw them away~~ but maybe only this type lah, sure siham shell cannot be as pretty, haha~~ :D

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    Creative way of recycle lala shells ;)

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    Another creative idea for art and craft. Thanks. You have a nice weekend.

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    I want to paint paint now also!

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    wow..very creative..

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    Nicely done!

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    Wow! You are truly creative and you seem to recycle nearly everything that lands on your hands..;)

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