Does it seem fun to you, too? To do something with your child for your living room?Chantal did that to her little girl. The technique has probably been seen more often: Paste a text with #tape on a canvas. And on that canvas you can use the colors of your choice to color the canvas with paint. Choose a text that appeals to you. This can be a name, a special nickname, or a short sentence. Chantal chose a short sentence: Home Sweet Home. Below she tells about it.
Chantal Britt Demitells:Today we made a painting for the living room. It is already a familiar thing, but still maybe fun as inspiration?? My daughter really liked it anyway. And she's totally proud that it's hanging in the living room.
How do you make this?
1. Draw a text on the canvas and paste it with washi tape.
2. Let your child paint the canvas in the colors you like.
Gradually, the surface fills with all the colours. All white spots get a paint tan!
4. Allow the paintwork to dry well
5. Now take off the washi tape carefully... and your artwork is done!
So you have something in the room that you've worked on together and are proud of... how fun is that?
Chantal Britt Demionce again shared an activity with tape and a painting. They made a work of art together. It is colored with markers and crayons. And there is also painted. They have foam stickers, feathers, buttons etc. on the pockets of black tape. This tape just stays in place. And according to Chantal, it was this day: “leftover day” So all kinds of craft materials they had left were put up meaningfully. Smart idea is!
Janssens Geertruimade it with the children and used the name of a child for this.
Around Father's Day, the children ofStephanie Scholts,also nice tape paintings with a daddy text in it!
Louise Cierssent in this nice contribution: Done a few weeks ago with people with mental disabilities. And whether they were proud of their results!
This nice contribution came in from:Simone Janssen.
I finished my eldest son's children's party a few years ago. He turned 6, super fun and not difficult. Help the kids with tape sticking and let them get creative. Nice all different results.
On Crea with Kids these 3 beautiful canvas tape works were sent in byRia Wamper-Verbouquet. 3 Totally different works with a name in glitters. They worked with a mudguard at the 1st and 33 and the middle wanted to keep the tape right. What nice effects again!
Nathalie Mensinksent this in: These are the kids made at me (1 out of 5 who are finished)... paste daddy with tape... paint everything in the color you like... remove tape... and then paint or paste something like decorations on it... whatever they want.
Today I have with the kids (6j and 3j) tinkered around the theme dad day, but dad we changed this time to OPA.. Kids liked it super.
- painter canvas
- adhesive tape
- paint & brushes
Whoever will make or use it as inspiration, have fun!!
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