Bubble Wrap Family Art Project

Get kids involved in this inexpensive project that turns their creativity into an incredible art work.

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Loch and Key

Materials Needed:

  • 24x48 inch piece of oak plywood
  • bubble wrap
  • finger paint
  • crayons and markers
  • toy truck
  • paint brushes
  • assorted decorative paper
  • latex paint for plywood
  • newspaper
  • tarp
  • decoupage glue

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Loch and Key

Paint Your Plywood

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Loch and Key

Add Bubble Wrap to Kids' Feet

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Loch and Key

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Loch and Key

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Loch and Key

Add Paint to Feet

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Loch and Key

Have the Kids Stomp Around on the Plywood Board

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Loch and Key

You'll want to lay down a tarp underneath the board to protect your floors.

Add More Paint Patterns With a Toy Truck

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Loch and Key

Incorporate Finger Painting Too

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Loch and Key

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Loch and Key

Cut Out Finger Paint Artwork Into Flowers

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Loch and Key

Cut Out Newspaper

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Loch and Key

Add or Glue Pieces to Paper

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Loch and Key

Make Layered, Paper Flowers

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Loch and Key

Add Final Touches

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Loch and Key

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Loch and Key

Hang Your One-of-a-Kind Artwork

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Loch and Key

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Loch and Key

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