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Marvellous Metallic Masterpieces

by Jane (follow)
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Explore using Sharpies (coloured permanent markers) on aluminium foil or silver card to create a marvellous metallic masterpiece. My kids loved the novelty of drawing on 'metal' and seeing their own reflections as they drew.



Sharpies on metal, sharpie picture on aluminium foil, sharpies drawing on metallic card, sharpies craft ideas


Time: 30 minutes
Age: Any age
Level: Easy

Materials
Aluminium foil or metallic card.
Coloured Sharpie pens (coloured permanent markers)



Sharpies on metal, sharpie picture on aluminium foil, sharpies drawing on metallic card, sharpies craft ideas


Method
Lay out the metallic card or aluminium foil. Metallic card is easier with younger children as they don't need to be careful not to tear the foil when drawing. Aluminium foil is cheaper and great for creating a large picture.
Decorate with Sharpies to create your masterpiece.



Sharpies on metal, sharpie picture on aluminium foil, sharpies drawing on metallic card, sharpies craft ideas
My 2 year old loved seeing his reflection as he was drawing




Sharpies on metal, sharpie picture on aluminium foil, sharpies drawing on metallic card, sharpies craft ideas


We also covered cardboard rectangles with aluminium foil and drew buttons on the front. My kids loved having conversations with each other across the table with their 'mobile phones'.



Sharpies on metal, sharpie picture on aluminium foil, sharpies drawing on metallic card, sharpies craft ideas


Categories
#Any age
#Easy
#Aluminium foil
#Metallic card
#Sharpies
#Drawing
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