Textured paper or book covers with paint scrapers

School Art with  Paint Scrapers:
LEVEL: Pre-school and Primary.

This is quick, colourful and easy.  Kids love to make their own gift wrapping paper or school book covers…   You simply push the paint around with a plastic scraper.  
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Textured paper or book covers with paint scrapers
You will need:
: Paper
: Tempera Paint. A few of colours
: Paint pots or dishes.
: Brushes
: Scraper or an anything plastic like an old credit card.
: Apron and a cover sheet or newspapers or paper towels.

Let’s get started:
To make the interesting shapes you will need a scraper.  You can buy scrapers in a range of fun shapes but you can also make your own very easily.  You can use anything but simple plastic items are better as they are easy to clean between colours.   

Pour two different colours in to the paint pots and brush the paint onto the paper.
While the paint is still wet, drag the shaped edge of your plastic scraper across the paper.

The resulting colourful textured paper is ideal gift wrapping paper or school book covers…
Allow to dry.

TIPS:  
-          Try more than one colour together.
-          Less is more. Try not to overdo the scraping
-          Don’t paint too thick. Soggy paper will just fall apart.  

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Tony Parker
www.schoolpaints.com
www.FASpaints.com

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