3D Rainbows for some Colour Pop!
Updated: Jun 2
We just can’t get enough of rainbows, especially right now during our #rainbowsforheroes campaign which we launched to recognize our dedicated frontline warriors.
To help you get started below are some more beautiful rainbow crafts you can try to do with your little ones while you #stayhome.
This is a fantastic opportunity to teach preschoolers cutting and gluing skills as well as all the colours of the rainbow. And, as a bonus you also create a fun little playhouse for their figurines.
With minimum set up, this simple craft using paper, scissors and glue will entertain young ones for 30 minutes or so. The results are so sweet, and it makes a beautiful centrepiece on your holiday dinner table.
Want your walls to dance with colour and love? This is the perfect piece for that. Brighten up your room, and add smiles to your young ones' faces. All you need for this craft is rainbow coloured paper, staples and scissors.
We need the luck of the Irish right now during this Covid-19 crisis, which is why we chose this rainbow shamrock. This would make a beautiful addition to our #rainbowsforheroes campaign bringing luck to our frontline workers!
Do you have a “Hero” in your life who is working hard everyday to keep us safe? Say thank you with a beautiful homemade card. Take your time with this one and make something very special.
The Artebula family cannot wait to see all of your beautiful 3D rainbow creations. Please take the opportunity to tag your “HERO” using #rainbowsforheroes on social media so that we can recognize the warriors that are working so hard to keep us safe. Submit your rainbow artwork at www.artebula.com.
Artebula is gifting 100 #rainbowsforheroes posters filled with rainbow-inspired artwork to yourour heroes. To tag your “Hero”, or upload a “Rainbow” piece created by your child, visit www.artebula.com. Thank your heroes just like Harry Small, who is seven years old and in grade 3 with his original, heart-warming verse, ‘My Hero’.
Don't forget parents, all this learning may come with piles of artwork! But the Artebula App was designed to solve that problem without guilt. You can download it for free from the Google Play Store and the App Store.