Friday, March 22, 2013

Painting with Wobbly Easter Eggs

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I remember reading about doing some painting using marbles in a box. I, however, don't remember the original post nor did I bookmark it.

Anyway, it was a technique I had been wanting to try so I thought it would be interesting to experiment a bit. Instead of using marbles, however, I thought it would be neat to see what patterns and marks the wobbly Easter eggs would make if used for painting. It ended up exceeding my expectations! The art turned out beautiful!

Painting with wobbly Easter eggs turned out to be a lovely process art idea for toddlers and preschoolers.

Process art made with wobbly Easter eggs from And Next Comes L

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Easter Process Art for Kids with Wobbly Easter Eggs

Here's what you'll need for this Easter themed process art:

Line the bottom of the container with paper.  Place a wobbly egg on top of the paper.  Put a dab of paint on the paper.  I chose to leave the paint out so that the boys could decide which colors they wanted to use.

Supplies needed for painting with wobbly Easter eggs from And Next Comes L

To paint the paper, just shake the container gently so that the egg will wobble and roll across the paper, dragging paint with it.  

J painting with wobbly Easter eggs from And Next Comes L

K painting with wobbly Easter eggs from And Next Comes L

The boys also enjoyed "stamping" with the wobbly eggs.

J painting with wobbly Easter eggs from And Next Comes L

K painting with wobbly Easter eggs from And Next Comes L

As I mentioned above, the final result was so beautiful.  And it was easy and relatively clean.

Process art made with wobbly Easter eggs from And Next Comes L

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