Bubble Painting Flower Lesson – Experimental Painting Techniques

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Experimental Painting Techniques we used:

Bubble Painting

To make the bubble mixture, I mixed bubbles, dish soap, food coloring & tempera paint until I got the desired look with a good amount of color. We found it best to blow the bubbles with a straw & then scoop it up with a Styrofoam plate to put it on our papers. Then set it aside & let all the bubbles pop on their own-BE PATIENT!! Finger  painting paper seemed to work best- it kept the outlines of the bubbles the sharpest.

Balloon Painting

Supplies: Tempera or finger Paint, balloon (blown up small!), paper

Shaving Cream Printing

Supplies: shaving cream, tray that is at least the size of your paper, food coloring or tempera paint, paper

Salt with Watercolors

Supplies: table salt, paper

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Scraping Paint

Supplies: scrapers, tempera or finger paint, finger paint paper

Paint Scrapers

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