Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Another fun colouring session...
After several of painting session~~~
Chop Chop Chop,
With lots of shapes...
Mummy prepare different shapes,
And I'm able to recognize all the shapes!~
I choose only blue colour~~~~~~
Mummy thinks she put too much water,
Mixing with the blue colour...
The colour keep on flowing down~~~~~~
And I enjoy watching it coming down, too~~~
The outcome didn't exactly same as the shapes...
I think I have to press harder,
And mummy have to mix with more colour instead of water...
I enjoy chop chop chop~
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Great idea to create a chop-chop set out of these cleaning gauze :-)
Good idea to use dish scrub pad to do the chopping...may b next time u thicken the colour and wet the entire shaped pad, then the shape should be stand out when chop.
Clap, Clap, Clap!
Prince is so clever, can recognise
all the different shapes :)
A flowing paint is an art too! Add a bit of water, need thicker paint in order to see the shapes. If wet paint, no need to add water.
Big brother Jemsen also got do chopping arts using vegetables, can just click the link below :
Mommy, ever tried fruit printing before? Like Apple?
ok, I know, that's wasting food...
But seriously the 'least drip kind' is still those hard sponge.
Chloe, haha~ Just suddenly think of doing it... Yet, the outcome is not so successful as the shapes are not outstanding...
Lemonjude, yeah~ I'll try to thicken the colour next time.. I think too watery this time...
Iriene, That's the rewarding part introducing this choping game for him: Able to recognize all the shapes... Thankx for the idea, I'll use vegetables next time :)
Wenn, hehe~~ good one indeed..
Angeline, thankx for the suggestion.. I'll try to do it with fruits some other day!~ More activities for my little boy!
The dripping color is oso a form of art. Little prince sure had a lot of fun 'chop'-ing.
Slavemom, although the shapes didn't come out as expected, but he still enjoy the session :)
Ooo.. great idea, Mama.
Painting sure is fun!
Moomykin, fun painting time for him :)
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