COLLAGE BOXES W/WIRE PENDANTS & STAMPED TISSUE
7TH GRADE ART WHEEL - 1ST QUARTER - 2016-2017
recycled tissue paper, Modge Podge, text, stamps, stamping ink & recycled jewelry boxes,
craft wire in gold, silver & copper
We start with the Wire Pendant first.
The kids bring in something special to them
and learn how to wire wrap it into a necklace pendant.
Then comes the tissue paper collaged jewelry box with added text.
And finally they learn about pattern and texture,
pick out a couple carved stamps from years past that look good together
and stamp a piece of tissue in colors and designs that work well with their box.
They must be able to name their color scheme they worked in,
and the pattern/s they stamped.
Here we go.
I really like the bits of silver that make this box lid sparkle
and go so nicely with the heart pendant inside by Chloe Choi.
Wish that heart was in better focus.
Sorry about that Chloe..
What a cool pendant this Universal Studios pin made.
It's the creation of Neil Tendolkar.
And one of my favorite pendants was this cutie by Sofia Matthews.
The kids were required to bring text into the lid area
and I really like how Risha Cenidoza printed out the word "LOVE" to use.
Her stamped tissue is also quite well done.
These next two beauties that look so good side by side
belong to Alexis Raquino. & Ankitha Venguswarmy.
I really like the look of that neutral text paper on the one on the right.
I wouldn't have thought to bring that in,
but it works.
And this last one was a class favorite because of the way the colors pop.
Almost looks like bumble bees moving around.
Very sensory work by Katelyn Caneda.