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  • Susan Artin

    Idea: Cut out shapes using bleeding tissue paper. Arrange and rearrange shapes to create a tree house composition. Cut out any other objects to include in the piece. Paint glue & water over the paper. Arrange the shapes on the glued surface. Lay piece of tissue on top of the entire sheet of paper in a color not used in the shapes. Spray lightly with water and brush to "bleed" the colors more if necessary. After it is dry, outline all objects with black paint or oil pastel..

  • SPBivona

    Klee Magic Tree Houses, 3rd grade

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