Though we do not have many cherry blossoms around our neighborhood, whenever we cross one, we enjoy its beauty. My daughters made these cherry blossom trees and enjoyed making them. There are two versions of paintings at my house – one by my preschooler and another by my eight year old.
Materials needed: (affiliation links are used)
1. Construction paper – Blue and brown
3. Vegetable mesh (painting tool used by my preschooler)
4. Push pin (painting tool used by my elder one)
5. Rubber band
6. School glue
1. Draw and cut a tree shape from the brown paper. Attach it to the blue paper with school glue.
3. Ask the preschooler to touch the paint with mesh brush and stamp in the paper.
4. Change the mesh brush and continue with white paint.
5. Meanwhile my elder one, made flowers with push pin. She used the same technique as our stamped flowers painting. Dip the pushpin’s head in the paint and stamp it in the paper.
It was fun to see them talking and painting together. The paintings are also beautiful and I feel some spring-ish by those paintings.
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