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Fruits in Jelly

by diana (follow)
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This is a fun activity for kids to play with watercolour paints.



Time: 1 hour
Age:5-10's
Level: Easy

Materials
Paper
Watercolour paints
Paint brushes
Led pencil
Kitchen sponge
scissors
disposable plates

Method
With a pencil, sketch out your jelly on a plate.


Cut a kitchen sponge into fruits shapes, ie, lemon slice, blueberries, cherries, pears. You can also use real fruit sliced.




Paint in your jelly on a plate with watercolour paints first. Then paint in the plate. This leaves the jelly a few moments to dry before adding more watercolour paints.


Put a few colours of paints onto a disposable plate and dab the fruit sponges into it, then dab and press into jelly shape.


Once this has dried a little, using a small paint brush, outline the jelly shape over the fruits.



Categories
#Watercolour
#Painting
#Jelly
#Sponge
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