This art teacher helps infuse so much inspiration and creativity into her students’ work… it’s zany!! We LOVE the Japanese Carp Wind Socks Mrs. Stephens’ class made and we’d want you to have a look and share in the wonder!
The basic wind sock shape was used as the base for students to draw their designs on with markers.
Once students had finished their designs, they were instructed to put up their hand to get Mrs. Stephens attention. Mrs. Stephens would then spritz their designs with water to get the colors to mix around, much like the effects produced with our Color Diffusing Paper!
The windsocks were then wrapped and secured together with tape. The students hung them from the top edge of a window overlooking a beautiful courtyard. The image is astounding, but you’ll have to click the link to Cassie’s blog to see it!! Hint: It’s the perfect backdrop for this craft!
Thanks to Cassie for putting together this amazing project! See the full blog post here.
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