Wordless Wednesday: Refrigerator Art

Written by NPN_Admin on February 6th, 2013

Edited by Momma Jorje

Arts and Crafts, Natural Learning, Wordless Wednesday

This week we asked: What does refrigerator art look like?

(Read more about Arts and Crafts as Natural Learning on our resource page.)

Sparkly Fish and Rainbows!

Dorinda blogs at Raising Green Richmond Kids.

From Lauren: “This was Mikko’s first drawing, of his dad, that looked intentional,
and we had it on the fridge for quite a long time. He was three and a half.”

“Now he loves drawing people, with his trademark ginormous eyes and a smiley mouth that goes
outside the head. But this one we never got to hang on the fridge, because he independently
decided to cut out each feature and tape them each to a stick to make a puppet.”

Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.

Mama’s birth art mingles with Delilah’s marker drawings on the fridge!

Joella blogs at Fine and Fair.

“Zebras Getting Married” by Sofie, age 6

Sofie’s mom, Donna, blogs at Eco-Mothering.

Jorje’s refrigerator sports art from her two daughters and her step-daughter, plus some favorite magnets.

Jorje blogs at Momma Jorje.

Shannon used corn syrup paint in little squeeze bottles for
Moira’s first art experience, a perfect project to hang in the kitchen!

Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.

From Jennifer: “Our fridge has recently become a work of art.
These are Valentines created using celery as brushes and stamps.”

Jennifer blogs at True.

Tell us: What does refrigerator art look like in your family?

Do you have a Wordless Wednesday post? Please link up below! And find more Wordless Wednesday linkies here.

3 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Refrigerator Art