Splatter Painting with stencils Messy but a lot of creative fun. Think of a theme to follow like space and rockets You will need: : Think of a theme to follow like space and rockets. Have children cut basic shapes from light card. Like circles, stars, moons and rockets. : Tempera Poster paint in bold colours. : An old tooth brush : Sheets of paper. : Apron and sheets of newspapers – plus paper towels – for clean-up. www.schoolpaints.com
No mess Paint colour exploration! We simply squirted poster paint into Ikea freezer bags, sealed them up and stuck them down in the Tuff spot tray! You could stick them to any flat surface, such as patio doors or cupboards. We talked about mixing colours and the children were using fingers to mark-make and there was so much lovely descriptive language! An excellent no mess, sensory activity for EYFS children!
paint the entire piece anchor grey and then silver leaf the raised areas, touch up all the silver leaf boo-boos, then hit it with some antiquing glaze and clear wax to seal it. Wait 1-3 hours until it's tacky, then apply the silver leaf, let that dry over night and then use a dark glaze to age the piece, it makes all the difference in the world !!