Check out what the students in Mrs. VandenBush's classroom are doing in art! Some of th lesson ideas I come up with, but many of these ideas come from other wonderful art teachers!
I love these! I would love to know what size paper you used for this and was it just folded into the lantern shape and glue holds it together? also what wire did you use at the top or is it string? Water color paints? My email is email@example.com now my after school art kiddos are studying Japan and this would be PERFECT! Hope to hear from you soon!
I love these and your dragons! Do you have any tips on how to make them?
I used 12 X 18 paper and the kids used templates like the first picture to trace cut. Then the took a painting from Hokusai and drew outline with extra fine sharpie. Used Water Color pencils for the small areas and liquid water color for the rest. They each had 2 pre-cut black tag board squares (7"x7") and had to trace a smaller square and cut out. I hot glued the lantern together and hot glued the black squares on. Two hole punches on top and very thin wire to hang. Some classes added a decrative string and bead!
THESE ARE FANTASTIC. Pinned.
These look like mine :)http://useyourcolouredpencils.blogspot.com.au/2010/07/chinese-style-lanterns.html
Gorgeous! I love how the design wraps around the lantern. Thanks for including the template and detailed directions.Rina at www.k6art.com
How long did it take for the kids to complete this project?
I am absolutely blown away by these wonderful art projects!!! How fun it must be for these children to create such beautiful work! Many kudos for your fantastic work! I was captivated.
I love this idea, I wish there was more instruction on how to though...
I love these too--thanks for the directions! Could you share what kind of paper you used? I have Blick all media paper but wondered if you just used construction paper (which would be a lot nicer to my budget). Thanks again~
Just thought I'd let you know you inspired me to try these out. I lover the project and so did my students. https://dstrandbergmw.wordpress.com/2016/03/01/chinese-lanterns/