Tuesday, September 18, 2012

WW: Isaak's Art {Linky}

Grandpa Spiehs helped Isaak put his 4 year old vision together. They went for walks to collect stuff that most people would find as trash. Then Grandpa helped Isaak screw, nail, glue and cut to put things on wood.

Isaak's always liked collage. In fact if there's an empty box in our house, Isaak takes it over. He cuts up string and paper, glues, uses marker on a plain old box.

Here's his little construction:


The white cap unscrews to reveal little rocks and acorns. Here they are:


These are leaves that Asian Beatles attacked:


Another cap with part of an acorn:


Oh and by the way this project is Gluten Free!


A pop bottle cap. Definitely junk they found. My parents do not drink soda.


I'm not sure what the plastic is. There is sticks under it though. Isaak has to pick up sticks everywhere we go.



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21 comments:

lorik said...

What a great collection he has made! And they are all little artworks in themselves:) Reminds me of my latest post, which is my fathers collection - his old workshop.

Judy Haughton-James said...

Isaak is very creative Alissa! Thanks for hosting and Happy WW!

Sandee said...

Boys and their treasures. I so remember my son bringing all kinds of things home. I think it's awesome, and better yet that grandpa goes with him.

Have a terrific day. :)

My Journey With Candida said...

That looks like he took a lot of time doing it. I think it is really clever how you can unscrew the cap and there are rocks and acorns in it. Those leaves look pretty cool too the way the bugs made them lacy looking.

Just Another Mom of Twins said...

Crafty and very creative...love it!

Karly said...

That's pretty creative! Neat!

Wayne W Smith said...

That was a fun collection!

Ai Sakura said...

great work!! he's so creative!

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

That is a crazy cool collection he made. I'm a little mad at Japanese beetles for the leafy mess they leave though!

lorik said...

Thanks for visiting. You are so right about my father's shed being like Calder's studio!

Jennifer Leigh said...

That is such a creative collections! hat a great job!

Felicia Carter said...

He did such a great job!

Jess said...

Very neat. I love how he uses the caps and makes hiding places <3 Found you on mom spotted WW linky <3

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What a fun piece of art - so creative!

mail4rosey said...

Hurrah for Gluten Free, lol. These are great. :)

OrangeHeroMama said...

This is fantastic!!


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Lindsay said...

What a collection! How creative he is!!

Clairejustine said...

Very creative :)

Art of RetroCollage said...

I LOVE Isaak's collage! Tell him to keep up the good work.

BusyWorkingMama said...

How cute!! Lily loves to make collages, too, we have a bin full of bits of string, cut of wrapping paper, buttons, feathers, and other odds and ends for that purpose. He did a great job!!

~ Noelle said...

that is a neat way to not only make art, but also for the bonding experience

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