By mommaowls on April 11, 2014
I thought it would be a fun project for the kids to do a kind of sticker resist painting. I was inspired after seeing this post at PlayDrMom. I thought the shamrock painting was super cute however I was not able to find the die-cut shamrock stickers. I still wanted to do some kind of painting like this. So instead of using stickers, I decided to use painter’s tape to make our initials. I was able to find 8 x 10 inch white canvases at Micheal’s. I had the craft paint at home from previous projects as well as painter’s tape. The kids had so much fun with this project and it ended up being a great room decoration for them also.
What you need:
- 8 x 10 inch white canvas
- Craft paint (multiple colors)
- Paint brushes
- Painter’s tape
- Paper towels and paper plates
What to do:
1. Using the painter’s tape, create your design on your canvas.
2. Make your paint palette on the paper plate.
3. Paint the entire canvas.
4. Allow to dry for a few minutes.
5. Remove the painter’s tape carefully.
Amber Tincher and Amy Leckrone
Co-founders of Camp Mommawatchi
Purchase at-home camp curriculum at www.campmommawatchi.com
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