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1  Re: Eat your heart out Picasso...Baby Onesie in Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Completed Projects by Born2BeeWild on: July 27, 2007 07:14:19 AM
Great picture! did you give her fingerpaint for this? I imagine she looked like artwork herself after painting... Smiley
LOL...We both did.  I used tempra paints.  I put all the colors in different bowls, and bought a brush for each different paint.  I gave her the first paint brush and she dropped it on the canvas.  I should have known she was too young to do this.  So we went to plan B.  I stuck her hand and feet in one color at a time and lifted her up over the canvas and let her kick it and stuck her hand in each color and let her just paint with her hands.  I'd wash her off (sort of) between each color and after about 3 colors I let it dry and then started the next three colors.  Then I sparyed it over and over again with a clear coat from Michael's.  I LOVE how it turned out. 

Here's a pic of us when the painting was finsihed.
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2  Eat your heart out Picasso...Baby Onesie in Other Image Reproduction Techniques: Completed Projects by Born2BeeWild on: July 26, 2007 11:51:04 PM
My 10 month old daughter made this really cool painting for my husband for fathers day and I thought it would be super cool to take a picture of it and put it on a onesie for her.  I just cropped the picture on my photo printer,used the Art-Wear paper, cut it out and ironed it on like the directions said.   

A Snap!

I love how it turned out, but the washing instructions sound like a nightmare.  I think I'll just risk it and throw it in with everything else. I'll keep you posted on how it turns out. 




Here's the pic of the painting.


Ava is asleep right now or I'd have her model it for you all.  Maybe I can post one tomorrow.
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