The Partiologist: Art Class!

Art Class!

Today you won't want to be late for class - ART class.  It was my favorite subject in school, Art along with recess.  Oh, maybe recess isn't a class.  Anyhow, I had a blast putting together this Art themed class for the students.  When I found paint can puzzles, I couldn't resist and had to get them for the party!

Paint Can Puzzles
 
I added labels to the top of each can so the students would not forget their paint.  Inside was this tiny puzzle that I could not figure out how to put together. 
I guess I should have studied more.
 
The paint splatter cookies were quite easy to make!  No studying required.
Just a little time to bag and tie each with a paint brush!
Displaying them in a clear paint can was the only thing to do~
And a few simple step by step photos during the process of the making of fondant topped chocolate sugar cookies.  Also known As Paint Splatter Cookies!
I'll let the photos do the talking - any question?  Please raise your hand!
Okay then, let's move on.
 
To Art Push Pops!
 Seriously, this was a great idea...in my head.  Once I made the wrappers for the push pops (they are supposed to be tubes of paint) and filled them with different flavors of yogurt, they were good to go.  Like GoGurt.  Do you remember me mentioning Blake and his Hershey bar wrapper?  Well, he pushed his paint tube up too fast and in an instant he was covered in purple yogurt paint.  He didn't care, as he happened to have on two shirts.  Which was a good idea, maybe he has had to remove one in the past?  Okay, I'm being a little hard on Blake - he is really one of the sweetest little boys and I love him dearly!
 
Hold on folks, we're not finished yet - one more art project!
 
Paint Cake Pops!
I used the center island for Art Class~
And displayed the paint pops on a paint palate!  Photos of the process~
After making the cake pops, insert a stick.  Dip in colored candy melts and let all the extra candy melts run off the cake pop and onto parchment paper.
The paint pops were my favorite!
but I loved the splatter cookies too...
Not wanting Art class to end, I decided we should play a game or 14 of ART Bingo.  Two days and a headache later, I had created my ART Bingo cards and call letters~
It was fun and everyone could play by just matching the colors!  I used plain yellow markers from a real bingo game, but using M & M's would be fun too.  (If the kids didn't eat all the markers before the game was over that is!)  And I made it with nine paint splats, so we could play lots of games and have lots of winners.  At my parties, everyone is a winner!
 
If you like ART...
 
You are smART!
 

22 comments :

  1. I am totally blown away by all the creative projects you completed for this party. I don't know how you do it. Not only do you come up with super clever ideas, but you make so much for a single party. You are superwoman!

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    1. Thanks Beth, I'm not really superwoman, I just plan waaaaaay in advance!

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  2. DITTO DITTO from Beth's comment! you super duper smART woman you! :) oh and those cake pops? LOVE!

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  3. Love the cookies and cake pops. Sisterinlaw is an art teacher. I am going to make these for her. Kathy

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  4. Seriously!!! Amazing!!! KIM!!!! You are the most creative person I know! This is one party I would never want to leave.

    I am totally in love with everything you made. You are my hero!

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    1. Really? I'm you're hero? I've always thought you were MY hero!!

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  5. Those artist palette cake pops look so freakin' cute! The whole party looks adorable! How do you come up with so many amazing ideas?!

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    1. Thanks Jennifer, I don't think my mind ever stops!! :)

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  6. Very creative and very fun. You are a one-stop wealth of party ideas for any occasion.

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    1. I guess I could be your one stop party shop! :) Thanks Paula!

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  7. This is such a fun party, so colorful and delicious. Love the way you displayed the cookies!

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  8. Where did you get the paint splatter cookie cutter?

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    1. I don't remember, but I'll do some checking!

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  9. Love it! Do you have a download of the Bingo? I'd love to use it! Thanks!

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    1. I will see if I can figure out how to down load the game, I made it quite awhile ago!

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  10. Where can I buy the paint splatter cookie cutters from?

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    1. I've had my cutter for quite awhile and don't remember where I got it, however, if you google "paint splatter cookie cutter" several options will come up. Hope this helps! :)

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