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Fold a piece of paper in half and cut wavy or angled lines, leaving a little space before cutting to the end.  Then weave in different colored strips of paper.  Versatile uses - scrapbooking background, framed photo background, framed art, kids craft, etc.

Fold a piece of paper in half and cut wavy or angled lines, leaving a little space before cutting to the end. Then weave in different colored strips of paper.

シャボン玉をふーっと吹きかけて、幻想的な模様を生み出しちゃおう!同じものは絶対にできない、世界に一つだけの作品作りが楽しめちゃいます♡

シャボン玉をふーっと吹きかけて、幻想的な模様を生み出しちゃおう!同じものは絶対にできない、世界に一つだけの作品作りが楽しめちゃいます♡

シャボン玉をふーっと吹きかけて、幻想的な模様を生み出しちゃおう!同じものは絶対にできない、世界に一つだけの作品作りが楽しめちゃいます♡

Popped Bubble Art: Simply color bubble mix with food coloring and blow bubbles onto paper. As the bubbles land and pop, they create beautiful works of art. A great kids activity for those lazy summer afternoons

シャボン玉をふーっと吹きかけて、幻想的な模様を生み出しちゃおう!同じものは絶対にできない、世界に一つだけの作品作りが楽しめちゃいます♡

I learned this painting technique, oh gosh, about 10 years ago? I was just reminded of it recently when I saw it somewhere, but I can't 'me.

Korean artist Lee Kyu Hak is reinterpreting the work of Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh by wrapping bits of newspaper and magazines around pieces of Styrofoam to create stunning mixed-media mosaics.  Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/music-arts/korean-artist-lee-kyu-hak-recreates-van-gogh-works-styrofoam-based-mixed-media-mosaics-article-1.1151549#ixzz2s21xmNAd

Artist LEE, KyuHak recreates paintings such as Vincent’s ‘Irises’, using wood blocks wrapped in colored newspapers.