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Emily received Pinkalicious, by Elizabeth Kahn for Christmas and both girls have not been able to put it down. They look through the book and retell the story to each other when I am not available to read it to them. So I thought this would be the perfect book for our first stART project of the new year!
We had fun with pink and created a pink cupcake collage with pink Easter Basket filler, pink dot markers, pink pom poms, pink sequins, pink buttons and pink pipe cleaners. Emily and Juliette loved helping me find and think of different pink things that they could use for their projects.
First, I cut our a pink cupcake shape from some craft foam. Then I gave the girls glue and our collection of pink collage materials and let them go to work.
Emily chose the markers to start with and Juliette went right for the do-a-dot markers.
Both of the girls enjoyed gluing on the collage material to decorate their Pinkalicious Cupcakes.
To finish them off we sprinkled them with white glitter for a perfect sparkle!
Emily’s Pinkalicious Cupcake
Juliette’s Pinkalicious Cupcake
A couple years ago, we painted a picture of a cupcake pink and glued real sprinkles on it to go along with this book, but these are so cute that I think it's time we did another story art project with it!!
They are so cute!! I have seen this book but never read it because my two oldest are boys...I will be so excited when my baby girl is old enough to do crafts so we can do fun pink projects like this! :)
My daughter would adore this pink cupcake craft. I just read another post about a Pinkalicious party at a library -- wish ours would host something that elaborate. They even had "Green Food" take home treats!
I love Emily's cupcake - so creative. I admit that I don't like Pinkalicious book, I do like others in the series though.
All that pink makes me wish I didn't live in a house full of boys.
Very cute! R loves Pinkalicious.
Just want to let you know I am blogging here now: http://snacksandstories.blogspot.com/
I made the other blog private.
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