Friday, April 24, 2015

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes

The last time we spray painted, we had used bigger bottles. Not that they aren't fun, its just that the holes for spraying are a tad big, i.e., a little spraying was enough to soak the paper and detrimental to creating silhouettes. I then went looking around for smaller spray bottles, available as disposable travel packs at beauty stores. These were fabulous! The spraying is subtle!

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes



We brought out his colored glass pebbles, the ones we used extensively for counting. Arranged it randomly over his drawing sheet.

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes

His color choices always amaze me. He picked pink and brown. I would've never selected pink and brown- It had never occurred to me that they complement each other beautifully!

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes

Then sprayed away to glory!

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes


Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes

For some reason he wasn't able spray as easily as me- and would hand it over to me in frustration: It's not coming out! I tossed one sprayer out and replaced it with another. Spray bottles are delicate!

Round 2:

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes

Kids Activity: Spray Painting for Pebble Silhouettes

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12 comments:

  1. Cute activity for the little ones. Might be a good for our next play date activity.

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  2. This does look fun to do, and a little different to anything we've done before, too. Thanks for the idea, have pinned :) #parentingpinitparty

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  3. It looks great. I love the idea of the little bottles for little hands.

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  4. Interesting project, we have done similar ones and always the girls have so much fun.
    Take Care!

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  5. This is something different.... but it looks interesting and fun. :)

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  6. So many possibilities with objects and spattering of paint, love the colors!!

    Thanks for stopping by to share this week Oh My Heartsie Girl!
    Have a great week! Karren

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  7. Thanks for sharing at SIS, I'm highlighting you this week!

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  8. Fun activity! Spray bottles are a little hard for kids to use. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  9. Thanks you all for your lovely comments :)

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  10. Neat art project! Thanks for linking up at the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop! We hope you join us again this week!

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  11. I'd tighten up my brush work and use a layering approach so it was cleaner in the end. Spray painting Sydney

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