Use glue, salt, and watercolor. The glue makes the colors rise from the paper and the salt creates a 'starburst' look.
Ideas for Brad
dribble on glue and let dry. Then paint with watercolors and sprinkle with salt. Let dry again. Cut into shapes to make other things with or use as background? Good blog with lots of ideas
DIY Unbelievably Beautiful Painting With Watercolors, Glue and Salt | Kidsomania
Activities for Children
How to make baking soda paint that fizzes, creating beautiful color mixing reactions.
Oil, water, food coloring, and paper =easy art
Watercolor lesson kids
Senior Citizen Crafts
Watercolor crayon shavings on watercolor paper, sprayed with water, another piece of paper on top, newspaper on top/bottom, & iron. Get 2 for the price of one.
Mixed media crumpled tissue technique - tutorial Cool technique to create your own textured canvas
Marbleized paper with spray paint
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How to do when I do
Stained Glass Art - A super simple project that uses glue and food coloring to produce breathtaking results!
Watercolor Art Projects for Kids
cut up watercolored sheets into triangles & glue down randomlly...quick piece of art for the wall or, in a smaller scale, a lovely modern card...
Arts and Crafts
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art | abstract
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watercolor art piece. Kids art. Class art project. have kids water color drawing paper and then cut hearts out and mount on background. Good for school auction too.
Classroom - Art for kids
For the Kiddos
great color and movement - black glue(or sharpie) and watercolor - teach rainbow or color wheel
My students could do that!
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Painted paper weaving - cool and hot colors, large sharpie lines for stripes before cutting