RANDOLPH, NJ- About 100 mothers and daughters spent an evening at Ironia Elementary School created a Japanese screen art project together for a Pretty in Paint night. Ironia Art Teacher Perry Tyroler led the art project in the school’s cafeteria on May 8.

Moms and daughters first blew ink with a straw to create a tree and then decorated the tree with pink fingerprints to create a cherry blossom tree for the spring.