Abstract art doesn't get cooler than this. Super simple and super fun, this activity will have your kiddos wanting do endless comb...
Abstract art doesn't get cooler than this. Super simple and super fun, this activity will have your kiddos wanting do endless combinations.
--WHAT YOU'LL NEED--
Shaving foam Shallow baking dish, such as a pie plate Liquid watercolour paint (or watered-down food colouring) Droppers Stir stick, such as a chopstick or the bottom of a paintbrush Card stock (or poster board cut into smaller pieces) A scraper, such as a square piece of cardboard
First, spray a layer of shaving cream to cover the bottom of your baking dish. Then, use a dropper to add drops of liquid watercolour paint on top of the shaving cream. (If you don’t have liquid watercolours, you can use watered-down food colouring).
Use a stick (a chopstick, the end of a paintbrush, or even the dropper) to swirl the paint around for a marbled effect.
Press a piece of card stock into the paint covered shaving cream.
Lift up the card stock then use a piece of cardboard to scrape off the shaving cream.