The school holidays seem to be particularly dreary this year. The toddler seems to have fallen slightly out of love with painting so I decided to come up with a new method to renew her passion.
This was a super-simple, fun and VERY messy project and one we both enjoyed. Seriously though, if you decide to try it, paint goes EVERYWHERE so make sure you put lots of paper down.
Those who know me, know I’m terrible at drawing (I once drew a stick an with three knees….) but luckily ‘Moon’ from the toddlers new favourite show (Sarah & Duck) is easy enough for even my cack-handedness to draw. I also did a few other simple outlines, including a tree, Spidergirl and a hedgehog.
Next, it was time to pour the paint. I bit of trial and error taught us that small drops, fairly close together worked better.
Then it was time to blow!
It was fun trying different lengths of straw and different ‘blowing’ techniques from short, sharp puffs, to longer blows while moving the straw around. They created surprisingly different results.
The tree is a little abstract.
Spider girl turned into a Deadpool/Venom hybrid. We used slightly too much paint on this one….
And here’s Moon, waving on his way to work.
Have you tried blow-painting? How did you get on? Let me know in the comments below!