Bubble Wrap Family Art Project
Get kids involved in this inexpensive project that turns their creativity into an incredible art work.
- 24x48 inch piece of oak plywood
- bubble wrap
- finger paint
- crayons and markers
- toy truck
- paint brushes
- assorted decorative paper
- latex paint for plywood
- decoupage glue
Paint Your Plywood
Add Bubble Wrap to Kids' Feet
Add Paint to Feet
Have the Kids Stomp Around on the Plywood Board
You'll want to lay down a tarp underneath the board to protect your floors.
Add More Paint Patterns With a Toy Truck
Incorporate Finger Painting Too
Cut Out Finger Paint Artwork Into Flowers
Cut Out Newspaper
Add or Glue Pieces to Paper
Make Layered, Paper Flowers
Add Final Touches
Hang Your One-of-a-Kind Artwork
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