Home    Subscribe    Write for Us    FAQ    Contact    HubGarden    Login
Share your craft ideas for a share of the ad revenue. Click on Write For Us.

Painting Mermaids & Anchors

by diana (follow)
Medium (247)      Paint (159)      Printing (50)      Under The Sea (44)      Stamping (35)      Wrapping paper (25)      Bubble Wrap (4)      Thumb Print (2)      Mermaids (1)     
This is a fun way to paint Mermaids & Anchors with thumb prints, bubble wrap and even an apple core. Great to make your own homemade wrapping paper.



Time: 30 minutes
Age: Over 10's
Level: Medium

Materials
Paints
Bubblewrap
Scissors
Disposable plate
Paper
Apple

Method
Cut out bubblewrap. Press it bubble side down into a plate of paint, then press down onto your sheet of paper, making sure to leave room between the bubblewrap prints. These will be the mermaid tails.



Above the mermaid bubblewrap body and tail make two thumbprints.



Paint mermaid tail, arms, head and hair.




To make an anchor stamp, cut out anchor shape from apple core.



Stamp apple core anchor into plate of paint, then transfer to paper.




Spread your mermaids out on your sheet of paper. Great to make as wrapping paper.



To see more of my homemade mermaid wrapping paper, Click Here

Have you seen the MyKidCraft facebook page?


Categories
#Paint
#Wrapping Paper
#Mermaids
#Medium
#Printing
#Stamping
#Under The Sea
#Thumb Print
#Bubble Wrap
I like this Article - 11
[ print friendly ]
More Articles by diana
This is a great way to keep the kids entertained in the backyard
11 likes
Having an Easter egg hunt in your garden? This is an easy way to make little rabbits to decorate you...
9 likes
Draw and paint in Christmas trees using paints and wax, then use as gift tags
6 likes
Make your own macramé hot air balloon
5 likes
This is a simple and easy way to add a little gruesome to your Halloween decorations
11 likes
This craft activity is based on a Lisa Larson sculpture from the 70s called Flygplan (airplane)
9 likes
view all articles by diana
Articles by diana on Other Hubs
Decorate babies room with this easy DIY Flying monkeys mobile
4 likes
Make your own no crochet, cardboard toilet roll doll! Materials: Firm watercolour paper (300...
6 likes
This is a creative way to decorate your wire coat hangers - turn them into lady hangers
5 likes
Dye your flowers to suit the occasion, rainbow coloured, green and red for Christmas or blue for a F...
3 likes
ID: 5466
[ Submit a Comment ]
Thankyou!
Hi Diana,
Another brilliant article. I love the combination of different techniques.
Trending Articles
A lovely spring craft for toddlers to create
6 likes
A fun way to decorate your home over Easter - paper carrot bunting
13 likes
Box pinatas are a quick and easy alternative to papier mache pinatas
8 likes
For some students, math isnʼt always their favorite subject
1 like
Loom flowers are so easy, so fun, and if you make your own loom and use leftover yarn, they wont cos...
8 likes
With a flower loom, kids can easily create cute flowers, out of yarn, that can be used to decorate j...
3 likes
If your child loves to draw, this is a great activity for them to encourage their creativity
1 like
Upcycle a breakfast cereal box and hop into Easter with this cute Easter Bunny Mask
3 likes
Here's how to make a colourful elephant from a recycled milk bottle and tissue paper
9 likes
This cute and fun Christmas card can be made by little ones with the help of an adult
3 likes
Categories
Under 5s (593)
Any Age (405)
Over 10s (384)
Baby (12)
Links (1)
Easy (884)
Medium (247)
Hard (37)
Featured on Other Hubs
 
Copyright 2012-2018 OatLabs ABN 18113479226. mobile version