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Storm in My Teacup

by diana (follow)
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This is a fun way for kids to use watercolour and wax candles.

Time: 1 hr
Age: Over 10's
Level: Medium

Materials
Cardboard or paper sheet
Watercolour paints
Cotton wool
Glue

Method
Draw a teacup onto sheet of cardboard or paper, and outline a clould above it.
With a wax candle make rain strokes from cloud to teacup.



With watercolour paints, paint around the tea cup and over the wax rain drops.



Paint in your teacup, then add glue to the cloud.



Press cotton wool on top of rhe glue.



Storm in my teacup!



Categories
#Paint
#Cotton wool
#Wax
#Over 10s
#Medium
#Weather
#Up In The Air
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