Always a favorite project of mine to do with the kids at the preschool. The children show pure delight at their giant print, erupting with squeals of joy at the explosion of colors. It is a great project to do reflecting our season of autumn as mother nature's fierce colors rapidly change the landscape around us.
Looking back, the first time I documented this project here was exactly four years ago to the day! (So hard to believe!) Click here to see the original post. The photos from that post have been all over the web, found quite frequently on Pinterest here. Those photos, MY photos have been reblogged, reposted, renamed. Oh well. And so it goes.
Once the children were done making their prints, I had quite a tray full of paint and just couldn't let it go to waste. Using some craft paper I had on hand I mopped up the rest of the paint and stamped away Dahlia Printing style. I'll come up with a use for it.
We have a super long weekend here due to parent/teacher conferences at school and the weather has thus far been spectacular. Fingers crossed for more of the same. xx