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  • Emylee Andrews

    "Put masking tape with child's name on a canvas. Allow them to paint (or fingerpaint) the entire canvas. Dry. Take off tape." This just looks like a fun kids craft.

  • Paty - Children's Heirloom Collection

    Put Masking Tape with Child's Name on a canvas. Allow them to paint (or finger paint) the entire canvas. Allow to Dry. Remove Tape. Wonderful to hang in their Room.

  • Tami Johnson

    Fun Kid art project - Put masking tape with child's name on a canvas. Allow them to paint (or fingerpaint) the entire canvas. Dry. Take off tape. cute!

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Messiest thing Arthur has ever done. and he loved it! I just used paper; will do someday with canvas---Snowflake canvas art. Do a whole series of kid Christmas canvas art projects! Blue = snowflakes. Green = tree shape. Yellow = star. Red = wrapped present shape or ornament or holly. Kid art - just remove the masking tape when the paint dries (or before, works both ways).

Tape painting: Here is how we did it: - bought a big canvas and sprayed it metalic gold (2 layers) - added a pattern using washi / masking tape - painted the shapes using different colors acrylic paint - gently remove the tape

Tape out a pattern with masking tape on a canvas. Then have toddler paint over it. Remove tape and then you have some great artwork! Genius!

Finger Painting - First put a word/message in tape on the canvas, then let your child finger paint over it. Finally, remove tape.

Spray Paint and Masking Tape on canvas. Only not in grey. Only bold colors for the apartment!

Canvas, Masking Tape, Spray Paint - So easy! - When I pulled off the tape, it looked a little "messy." Some of the spray paint had found its way under the tape. I ended up touching it up with white paint to perfect the lines. It's a great piece of artwork though and it gets tons of compliments.

Finger Painting - First put a word/message in tape on the canvas, then let your child finger paint over it. Finally, remove tape. Pretty cool!

Cross Art - easy painting project for small children. Place Masking Tape (in any shape) onto a canvas. Let kids get messy as they fill the entire canvas with color! Once dry, carefully peel tape away to reveal the masterpiece!

This is what I did to my bathroom wall in our house in Urbandale - ir was kind of awesome if i do say so myself ---Tape painting: Here is how we did it: - bought a big canvas and sprayed it metalic gold (2 layers) - added a pattern using washi / masking tape - painted the shapes using different colors acrylic paint - gently remove the tape