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Little C loves process art, and I love thinking of new ways to fuel her creativity. We had some left over feathers from Thanksgiving, and I have been dying to see what kind of masterpieces we could create with feathers, and paint. Here are some pictures of Little C in action. By the way, we did this at my mother in law’s house, in the middle of her kitchen! Have paint, will travel.
Go grab some feathers, and have some fun! Stay tuned for more fun process art activities. What are you waiting on? Break out the paint, you know the kids will love it!
- Duck Quill Feathers
- Neon Paint (I found mine at Walmart, but you can find neon paint at any craft store as well).
- Party Platter Tray with Divided Sections.
- Construction Paper, 12-Inches by 18-Inches
- Table cloth, or shower curtain liner (to spread out under your child, and their art work, this makes clean up easy!)
Tips- Make sure you buy the stiff feathers, not the small fluffy feathers. You could paint on thick white paper, but I love how the colors pop on colored paper!