|I got three cardboard sticks a cardboard circle, a plastic fairy doll bead, a coat hanger from socks and a pipecleaner and put them all together. Faces everywhere.|
|If you don't have any paint on hand, by Nina.To get started, get your equipment and bring your coloured pencils. You could also try making it out of water and crushed rock. The thing is it doesn't always work if the rock is not crushed.|
|Tip. I think that faber castell pencils work better than other brands. But if you prefer you can use other brands. Crayolas work well too.|
Nina is not so much a one for drawing pictures. She does that a bit, but often her drawings are abstract, her creations are sorts of machines, or inventions. And she likes writing instructions. I often find half written instructions, or explanations, which might start with lists of required items, or explain her production process. She also quite often writes letters - to her friends or toy mice, but also to people whose work she admires. Sometimes she gets round to sending them. It's quite a different way of working than, for example, Ruby's approach. I am fascinated by what fascinates them.