Winter tree picture

Another snow filled tree picture.  Yip it seems this is my daughters new favourite art subject – not that I am complaining as I really enjoyed this one, in fact I think I might need to frame one of the latest tree pictures, just need to decide which one.

I started off by setting the table with some basic triangle templates, some tissue paper their scissors and glue.

Tissue paper tree

Surprisingly it was actually the little man who could not resist this and he started off making the trees but after seeing little brother in action it was not long before we all joined in. I think one of reasons this was such a big hit with the little man was because it did not matter if you went outside the lines, in fact it is actually better that you stick the paper over the lines.

Tiissue paper tree 2

After they had enough sticking Pink and I cut the trees out

Tissue paper tree 1

Tissue paper tree 3

We then stuck our lovely multicoloured trees on some plain black paper (I actually was wanting to use dark blue but we did not have any and the kids did not want to wait to paint our paper blue).

Tissue paper tree 4

We used some cut up pieces of toilet roll for the tree trunks

snow trees

and we added some snow drops with or white paint and ear buds

snow trees 2

I really do love the end results.  It is such a cheerful, colourful winter picture.

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Home educating family based in the UK. We try to make learning fun
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1 Response to Winter tree picture

  1. another mom says:

    This looks so stunning…good enough to put up on the wall with your other art pictures.


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