Wonky spider webs - feathering with thick school paint

LEVEL: Pre-school and Primary.
This is quick, colourful fun and easy.     

FAS Craft Paint Wonky spider webs - feathering with thick school paint
Wonky Spider Webs
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You will need:
: Paper
: Thicken Tempera Paint or a coloured PVA like 3D Craft Paint
: Scraper or an anything plastic like an old plastic ruler.
: Apron and a cover sheet or newspapers or paper towels.

Let’s get started:
You can either outline with a pencil around a circular object to make a perfect circle or you can just do it by hand to make a wonky shape, like we did.

It is easier to use a bottle with a nozzle cap for better control.
school paints making spider webs
We used a plastic ruler.
Start from the outside and work inwards to keep the basic shape.

Try not to use too many colours.
When you have filled in the shape use a blunt straight edged object and drag from the inside to the outer edge.  We used a plastic ruler.  You will need to wipe clean your object making sure you have no paint on it each time you drag through the paint.

Allow to dry.  Because this is thick painting it might take some time.
It is better to use card or thicker paper as the paint is thick and will soak through normal paper.
Less is more. Try not to overdo the scraping
Don’t paint too thick. Soggy paper will just fall apart.  

Share and enjoy & have fun.

Tony Parker


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