SELF-STICK PAPER ART

Self-sticking paper is great for toddler art projects.  No need to deal with messy glue that your child might put into his mouth, or no need to make sure that there is sufficient glue on the paper surface for your project.

HEART COLLAGE
Give your child a 8” x 8” piece of self-sticking paper and some small paper hearts.
Have your child place the hearts all over the sticky side of her paper.
When done, cut the paper into a heart shape and hang up the hearts on a window.
 
HEART FRAMES
Cut out a large red construction paper heart.
Fold the heart in half, length-wise.
Then place your scissors in an inch and cut out another heart shape, leaving a solid heart shape and a 1” heart frame.
Place the heart frame over your child’s college.
Cut off any part of the collage that sticks out of the frame.
Alternative: Place the heart frame over self-stick paper first. Then have your child attach the paper hearts.
 
ADDITIONAL FRAMES TO USE WITH TODDLERS
Seasonal Frames, such as; Apple, Leaf, Pumpkin, etc.
Shape Frames, such as: Rectangle, Square, Circle, etc.
  
ADDITIONAL ITEMS TO USE WITH SELF-STICK PAPER
Feathers
Cotton balls
Leaves, small or crumbled larger leaves
Tissue squares – all one color or multi-colored for a mosaic look.