Friday Freebie: Ballerina Resources

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freebie friday 2015

DIY: Snowflake ballerinas from Good Ideas for You
Learn how to make this beautiful snowflake ballerinas.

A Book & A Craft: “Chasing Degas” and Paperdoll Ballerinas from The Crafty Crow
I’m a big fan of both Edgar Degas and Eva Montanari so
naturally Chasing Degas, by Eva Montanari, comes to
mind as an immediate favorite children’s book. This
picture book follows the journey of a young ballerina,
whom Degas was painting, through the streets of Paris as
she tries to find Master Degas to return his paints in
exchange for her ballet bag. The illustrations are
gorgeous and give a nod to Degas’ impressionistic
pastels. It was these such impressionistic ballerinas (and
an inkling to do something for little girls for a change)
that inspired the craft that I will be sharing with you.

Ballerina Preschool Pack from 1+1+1=1
This is a Preschool Pack featuring many different FREE printables all about Ballerinas!

Ballerina by Edgar Degas | Coloring Page from Making Art Fun
Edgar Degas was born in Paris France on July 19, 1834 to CĂ©lestine Musson De Gas and Augustin De Gas who was a banker. He was the oldest of five children. Degas began to paint as a young boy. By the time he turned eighteen, he had turned his bedroom into an artist’s studio. Soon after that, he registered to be an art copyist at the Louvre museum in Paris..

Free Ballerina Party Printable Circles from Free Pretty Things for You
Cupcake toppers
Cup/napkin decor



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