When we saw the Zig-zag tuff spot from Adventures of Adam I knew I wanted to try this on the tuff spot.
With Father's Day coming up, I thought we could make some nice wrapping paper for daddy too!
There's nothing better than a fun activity which makes something useful in the process.
For this project you will need:-
Tuff spot or similar large based tub
Ready mixed paints
First T and I drew large circles on the tuff spot in colours of T's choice.
We then added a couple of handfuls of marbles.
T moved the tuff spot about to make pretty patterns in the paint.
Once we had a good pattern we added some silver paint and agitated the marbles a little more.
We stopped as the colours started mixing as we wanted a defined pattern on our wrapping paper.
I had already cut some paper roll from Baker Ross into sheets so we were ready to lay on top of the paint before it dried (today is very hot!) T laid the paper on top and pressed down, we then dried the wrapping paper.
Even cleaning up for this project was fun! T used a water squirter to squirt with lots of water, then he scrubbed it off with a sponges and a little washing liquid.
We're joining in with tuff spot Tuesday with Adventures of Adam and Toddler Approved Tuesday with 3 princesses and 1 dude and Clare's Little Tots for this post.