Back in July, Emmy and I had an art day out on the porch. I decided that we would do some open-ended gluing. I had purchased the Seafoam 12x12 paper to cut down into 4x6 pieces to use in my Project Life album. There were leftover pieces of paper and I didn't want to just throw them away. Into my "Emmy Art Stash" they went and they turned out perfect for her art.
I gave her a pair of scissors and she was able to cut down the strips. We started with small sheets of cardstock at first - probably 4x6. Once that was gone, I gave her a piece of 8x11 cardstock. That is when the magic kicked in. She decided to fill in the entire sheet. It looked like a quilt when she was finished.
I just love open-ended art like this. It is so fun to see what kids will end up making. And maybe Elise - the designer of the Project Life Seafoam Edition - will design some super cool fabric next?