This is one of the coolest things I've seen in awhile! BhoomPlay shows you how to make this fascinating jellyfish in a bottle using a plastic bag. I think this would be a great party favor for a an ocean-themed party!
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Need more apple craft ideas? You'll find tons in the archives! Do a search (search box in the right column under Categories) using the word "apple" and also check out these apple craft and treat round-ups from previous years:
What country do you live in? I live on the coast of Maine in the United States
How old are you? 5
"Leafytail fairy and Leafy crumb fairy" made from found materials
Tell me about your artwork. I make fairies because I like them. The one with the silver wings is my favorite. How could I choose a favorite? I make them because I can. They come into my mind. Each one is so special to me. I love them. I use materials that I find when I'm walking around, or toys I'm not using anymore. I use wooden bodies a lot, but sometimes I use other stuff. I made one from a penny and my daddy's guitar pick.
Did you learn anything while doing this artwork? I love each fairy so much.
What is your favorite medium to work with? I like to use the glue gun with my teacher, my sister, or my mom.
What kind of art are you going to try next? I like fimo clay.
What are your favorite colors? yellow, blue, pink, and purple
Any tips for other children wanting to do artwork? Remember that you are the artist.
What are your hobbies? What do you like to do? I like to play with my sister. I like drawing, and playing pretend.
Do you have any pets? What kind and what are their names? I have three fish named goldie, pearl and treasure chest. I have one cat, Jesse. And a puppy named Louie.
The artist's mother, who blogs at Skip The Chips, says Eliot Bee began creating fairies when she was four years old and it has been a sustained body of work for over a year now. She even had a solo exhibition! Click here to see more of her work.