Today is an exciting day for me. I am officially a contributor on Small for Big, a very cool blog founded by Mari Richards (who also happens to be an accomplished toy designer). I am so happy to be able to share art projects with her readers! I will be a guest on Small for Big twice a month… we are calling it “Art Bar Monday”! Today I am sharing this fun and simple art project that you can make for someone you love. And since you love so many people, I’ll show you how you can use these stencils on just about anything. (Father’s day is coming up on June 16th, by the way.)
For the full tutorial on how to do the pencil eraser stamping, hop on over to Small for Big. I made a video of the process as well, but let’s just say…. life did imitate art, and things didn’t quite go as planned. If you are interested in seeing 40 minutes of work condensed to 4 minutes (along with some insightful life lessons + one major mistake), then click here and check it out.
Here is my trusty assistant with our contraption made from twill tape, a shoe lace and an egg carton. Yup. We’re thinking of getting a patent.
Have a happy Monday!