December Art Projects Sneakpeak


Today, i will be showing you a glimpse to our next month art projects. Just like what i said, We will have a Popsicle Stick Arts theme. We are set to featured 6 Popsicle Stick Arts Project next month. Can you guess any of the six Art projects shown above??

Santa Elves

Finally, we went down to our last Art Project for this month. Today, we will be sharing a very interesting art project. We are making Santa Elves out of Empty egg shells and colored papers.
To start with, we need assorted colored papers, googly eyes, Empty egg shells, yarn, glue.
Cut a 2 1/2 to 3 inch wide colored paper and form a cylinder out of it.
Glue the upper part or the upper mouth of the cylinder
Place the egg on top

Now start gluing the yarn. The yarn will serve as our Santa Elf's hair.

Now start trimming the hair to your desired style.
There you go. We cut it short because this one is a male Elf.
Draw the ears on the colored paper. Make it color flesh or orange.
Glue the ears on both sides of the egg
Make a cone
Glue the cone on top. The cone will serve as the elf's hat
Put a pair googly eyes
Outline the mouth with pencil
Then make it visible using a marker. Add eyebrows too!
Draw the arms and cut it.
Add more details and we're done! A Santa Elf!
Go an make your own Elf too!

(Here's Milzon and Mirasol making their own Santa Elves)
(Milzon Styling the hair. He want his elf to look like an emo LOL. But seriously, we really want it to look like an emo elf.)
(Mirasol outlining the face)
(Milzon putting his elf's arms)
Mirasol's finished product!
Milzon adding some details to his elf.
Tadah! here's our Elves under our Miniature Christmas tree
Hope you enjoyed all our Art projects for this month. Here's a short Recap.

Okay, let me give you a hint about our theme for December. We are going to have "POPSICLE STICK ARTS" theme. So prepare now all your craft sticks and we are doing cool arts out of them. Milzon and I were scheduled to attend a Lantern Parade too so expect me to share you some photos of our own lantern and the entire event too. He will also be attending their Christmas Party at school. hopefully i can share some photos of that event too.
Happy art making everyone and happy blogging.

A Miniature Christmas Tree


This is the second to the last project for this month. We will make a miniature Christmas tree from Aluminum foil cylindrical card board and crepe paper.

We need Green Crepe paper, Empty Aluminum foil cylinder card board, plastic cap, glue gun, card board.

Cover the Aluminum foil card board with green crepe paper.


Glue gun it on a plastic cap (should be wide enough to support our Christmas tree.

Cut a small piece of Cardboard and cut the half part into strips.

Glue it around the mid-upper part of the Cylinder.

Cut another piece of card board and do the same process as the first one. (Make the strips longer than the first one.

Now glue it about 2 1/2 to 3 inches away from the first one

Then make another one longer than the second one and glue it on the lower portion of the tree.

For the tip, cut a circle and make a cone out of it. Cut the lower portion into strips.


You should end up something like this.

Now draw Three kinds of leaves on the crepe. They should be Small, medium and large in size. Fold the crepe paper many times to produce many leaves in one cut.


Now start pasting the leaves on each strips. The Small leaves should go with the small strips. Same thing goes with the medium and large leaves.



Now here's the finish product!

Add more layers if you want.


Now add more details to make this tree more colorful.



You can make this as your mini garlands.

Twist it around the tree and there you have it!

A Miniature Christmas Tree