I am always making little things to go in my little munchkin's room and this art project is the latest addition. He has a rather long, undecorated wall, that I am attempting to transform into a "gallery wall". I didn't choose a theme, but I would like it to be playful and colorful. One of my goals for this week is to finish his gallery wall and post it on the blog. There, I wrote it down and now I have to finish it. Wish me luck. Back to topic now.
So, every time I visit Ikea, I would stop by the art section and this print kept catching my eye.
So, then the idea hit me that I could "borrow" my son's foam numbers that he plays with at bath time. Ta da daa!
It worked well and that is what I ended up using. I am pretty happy with how it turned out. Check it out!
Can you say easy peasy children's artwork? It was quick, easy and it didn't cost me a penny. We are trying to learn numbers, but the only one my little munchkin says, is two two two. He won't say one, but he will definitely say two. Off I go to practice three, four etc. Have a great day!
What a cute idea - love it!ReplyDelete
those make perfect little stamps! Clever. I'm sure he will be reading these in no time...ReplyDelete
Thank you. I am so glad you like it.
They are great stamps. Now that I think of it, I should have used them for my advent calendar. There is always next year.
I've like the same print, but your version is so adorable!ReplyDelete