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Tuesday, August 31

Otter Pop Art


The weather has been changing, so I wanted to make sure we did this activity while it was still a sunny summer day...otter pop art! I know some of you may have seen some Popsicle art activities floating around the blog world but I wanted to try otter pops. This is definitely an OUTSIDE project especially if your 15-month-old will be participating!


Make sure your paper is held down.






I cut the small otter pops in half because I knew River would probably eat every single color I gave him.





 
Taking a little break 





 
 With each color his break got a little longer!





Little Rue also participated




I think she is going to be an artist like her 
Nana and Grandma!





The finished art pieces drying





When the sun shined through it looked really cool!


5 comments:

Haley and Lance (but probably just Haley) said...

Fun project. I like the idea of combining snack time and art time.

Rachel said...

so....we have 200 otter pops in my freezer. yeah. needless to say, i think we are going to be doing this fun art project!

Martianne said...

Ah, maybe this is what i can do with the ones I purchased not realizing they were so full of fake colors and whatnot - thought I had the natural ones. Thanks for the idea.

amandab said...

I had no idea what otter pops were until I saw the photos! What a great idea! :)

Marita said...

That is a really clever idea. I'm definitely bookmarking this one for my daughters summer birthday party :)

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