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End result, a beautifully painted small ox cart wheel

End result, a beautifully painted small ox cart wheel

Oxherding and Oxcart Tradition in Costa Rica "...The tradition of painting and decorating oxcarts started in the early twentieth century. Originally, each region of Costa Rica had its own particular design, enabling the identification of the driver’s origin by the painted patterns on the wheels. By the beginning of the twentieth century, flowers, faces and even miniature landscapes appeared beside patterns of pointed stars..."

Oxherding and Oxcart Tradition in Costa Rica "...The tradition of painting and decorating oxcarts started in the early twentieth century. Originally, each region of Costa Rica had its own particular design, enabling the identification of the driver’s origin by the painted patterns on the wheels. By the beginning of the twentieth century, flowers, faces and even miniature landscapes appeared beside patterns of pointed stars..."

Multicultural Crafts to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage This Month-- I plan on doing many of these this year.

Multicultural Crafts to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage This Month-- I plan on doing many of these this year.

Button Art – Pink Ribbon Love Plaque. I've never seen one that uses the negative space like this. Love it! Maybe I could do one with our last name. #buttons #pinitparty

Button Art – Pink Ribbon Love Plaque. I've never seen one that uses the negative space like this. Love it! Maybe I could do one with our last name. #buttons #pinitparty

Resources to Teach Children about Monarch Butterfliess

Resources to Teach Children about Monarch Butterfliess

Kids Monarch Butterfly Craft- first learn about the migration of the monarchs, then do this craft with black paint mixed in glue, fold it, let dry, and water color.

could be a fun project idea...art class.  Create an opening of some kind... What creature would be  behind?  Fun, texture and color study.

could be a fun project idea...art class. Create an opening of some kind... What creature would be behind? Fun, texture and color study.

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