Make and create @ Home
FREE downloadable PDF instruction sheets for fun, creative art projects for home and school.
White Clay Whatnots
Have fun this Noosa Show Day Holiday making your own dreamy white clay! Make cool clay models, jewellery pendants, ornaments, hand-prints and more!
Father’s Day Explosion Box
Make Dad or the special person in your life an awesome explosion box card this Father’s Day!
Wet Chalk Drawing
Inspired by the work of FEM-aFFINITY exhibition artist Fulli Andinopoulos. Create vibrant, smooth blended layers of chalk- artworks that ‘pop’ on a black backgrrund!
MY PET LIKES TO HIDE IN BOXES
See double while creating a magic transfer artwork using pastels and pen!
Make A Tin Can Owl
Use as a fun pencil storage container, or perhaps a cute plant pot!
Make An Agamograph
Amaze your family and friends with an artwork that changes from one image to another!
Explore contour and pure line drawing techniques while sketching your pet or favourite stuffed animal.
Invented in Paris in 1925 by a group of Surrealist artists; find two friends to join you in a drawing game that gives life to strange, comical creatures!
Up-cycled T-shirt bag!
Turn a disused t-shirt into a uniquely you carry bag! No sewing skills necessary!
Make a Pom Pom Pet
Pom Pom Pets are fun and easy to make! Get creative and turn your creations into animals, monsters or even funny little aliens!
Make fun animal artworks by tracing your hand!
Create a dazzling world of paper plants, animals, figures and shapes using French artist Henri Matisse’s renowned method; ‘drawing with scissors’.
Make your own Puffy Paint
Why paint flat when you can paint puffy?! Puffy paint really brings your art to life!
MORNING TEA PAINTING
Make your own ink using tea and coffee! Look to the artwork of Vincent Van Gogh for inspiration, and create a unique painting using mark making techniques.
Scrunch Paper Art
Turn crumpled pieces of paper into colourful new art works!
RIVER REFLECTIONS WITH ROSIE
While working outside in nature, create an expressive and colourful landscape artwork in response to the natural environment. Watch local artist Rosie Lloyd-Giblett in action, and then have a go yourself.