Month: August 2016

Pasta, textured, art, Wee Warhols, Process art, Austin

Pasta Textured Process Art

Yesterday I cooked the boys pasta (angel hair to be exact).  Good thing we were able to make some fun art with the pasta, because they refused to eat the marinara.  It had “green stuff” in it. So at least it wasn’t a total wash. When I drained the pasta […]

Wee Warhols, Austin, Ivory soap, experiment, STEM,

Cloud Soap Experiment

If you are looking for a fun, easy, and cheap experiment…HERE IT IS!   It is so much fun to watch a bar of Ivory soap expand and cloud up in the microwave.  My boys were amazed. All you need: bar or more of IVORY soap a comparison soap bar a […]

One Of A Kind, Wee Warhols, Art class, Austin

One Of A Kind Artwork at Wee Warhols

Every child is one of a kind, as is every piece of art.  I am a big believer in NEVER write on a child’s art work.  It should be their own and untouched, or God forbid, not something that an adult draws and they color.  That kind of stuff makes […]

Decorating pumpkins, wee warhols, austin

Process Approach To Decorating Pumpkins at Wee Warhols

Halloween will be here soon, along with pumpkin spiced lattes and pumpkin flavored… everything you can imagine.  I love Fall, and October is the best time of year to visit Austin, Texas, in case you were wondering.  Can I tell you about my absolute favorite way to decorate pumpkins with […]