Sunday, January 29, 2017

Bleeding Paper- 3 Ways! {Practical Mondays #44}


Spending hot afternoons in the middle of art projects is something that DOES NOT happen on school days. So doing them side by side with my 5 y.o. in this summer is so relaxing. It’s therapeutic! And we’ve been obsessed with crepe paper last week. 


Bleeding Crepe Paper 1: Impressions

Place crepe paper cut outs on the drawing sheet in whatever shape and manner you want. Spray or transfer drops of water over it so the color transfers from the crepe paper to the sheet.

Wait till the paper dries off, remove the cut outs and watch their imprints on paper! Now this is ready for some more drawing & decoration

Bleeding Crepe Paper 2: Color Mixing

Red+ Blue= Purple Blue + Yellow= Green and what not!

Bleeding Crepe Paper 3: Palette Paint

Put some left over crepe paper into palettes of water. The color flows into the water, ready to be painted with!


Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper- 3 Ways!





Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids

Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids

Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids



Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids

Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids

Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids

Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids


Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids

Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids


Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids

Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids



Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids

Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids

Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids

Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids

Practical Mom: Bleeding Crepe Paper Art Project for Little Kids
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22 comments:

  1. Wow! You've really captured his creativity with these pictures! Gorgeous!!

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  2. My 4 year old loves using the medicine dropper. He would really enjoy a project like this!

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    1. I usually keep a stack at home, he loves 'transferring water'! Thanks Rebekah :)

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  3. Wow ... what an inspiration you are. I'm so bad at doing crafty things with my kids. It's always so messy.
    #Dreamteam

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    1. It IS messy! I have a plasticy cover on the table at all times!

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  4. You honestly are so creative Swapna. The effects that you've created here are brilliant - and I would never have thought of colour mixing with crepe! Thanks for sharing with #DreamTeam x

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  5. These are such cool ideas! I might just try them today--why wait?

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  6. This is so pretty - I would never have thought to give this a go, I love it! Thanks for linking up with #bigpinklink H x

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  7. This is a great idea! Crepe paper has always annoyed me the way it bleeds when glue or water gets on it, but I never once thought about how you could use that effect for art - so clever! I will definitely have to give this a go with my little one on a rainy day :-) Great post, thanks for sharing it on #MarvMondays. Emily

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    1. And it's also process art, so kids who aren't into art so much will also have fun with it! Than you so much Emily.

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  8. Wow!! The photos of your creations are just gorgeous!! And what a lovely idea! Definitely something my littles can easily get on board with!!
    #bigpinklink

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  9. What fun! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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