Bored? Don't know what to do?

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Colouring

Colouring

  • Colouring has therapeutic potential to reduce anxiety, create focus or bring about more mindfulness

  • Like meditation, colouring allows the brain to switch off other thoughts and focus

  • Colouring books are no longer just for the kids. In fact, adult colouring books are all the rage right now

If you don't have your own then pens, watercolour paints and pencils are in the Ferry Road cupboard.

 

Here are some websites you can download images from

www.justcolor.net

http://www.fabercastell.com/art-and-graphic/adult-coloring-books/coloring-pages-for-adults

https://www.carrinoprovisions.com/disney-coloring-pages-for-adults-pages/

Eyebombing

All you need is a camera or smart phone and some googly eyes! Look out for things that remind you of a face – add some eyes, take a photo and then email your photo to absolutephotos2018@gmail.com

Eyebombing is the art of sticking “googly eyes” onto an inanimate object to bring it to life! 

There are some google eyes in the Ferry Road Art Cupboard. You might need a little bit of bluetack to stick them on with.

Check out these websites

www.eyebombing.com

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/magazine-25449223/eyebombing-using-goggly-eyes-to-bring-objects-to-life

Teddington Rocks!

It’s all the rage – paint a pebble, hide it, wait for someone to find it!

Use acrylic paints because they are weather proof.

You’ll find acrylic paints in the cupboard under the stairs at Ferry road and paint brushes in the Art Cupboard. Remember to protect the table when you paint and try not to get paint on your clothes – acrylic paint does not easily wash off unless you do it straight away.

If you are stuck for ideas visit this Pinterest board

www.pinterest.co.uk/zsukiraly/painted-rocks-stones

Bake some Slimming World Cupcakes

Cupcakes with only 1 syn!

Visit the Slimming World website for loads of recipes.

Bake some cakes, make a cuppa and sit down with a friend to enjoy them!

 

http://bestslimmingworld.com/1-syn-cupcakes/

Painted Leaves

Paint some leaves then tie a piece of string to them and hang them up.

Use acrylic paints because they are weather proof. Pick leaves from the garden or use the ones in the Ferry Road Art Cupboard.

You’ll find wool for hanging and acrylic paints in the cupboard under the stairs at Ferry road and paint brushes in the Art Cupboard. Remember to protect the table when you paint and try not to get paint on your clothes – acrylic paint does not easily wash off unless you do it straight away.

If you are stuck for ideas visit this Pinterest board

www.pinterest.co.uk/marente24/painted-leaves/?lp=true

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