When we finished our rainbow painted rocks we found that the drippings left under the rocks were the beginning of a fantastic process art project! We had some leftover paint so we took to the grass and had some fun!
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Supplies for your splatter paint process art:
Creating rainbow pipette art
As with most process art projects, there are no rules here… I do have a few tips to get you started and then let your little one take the lead. First, make sure to water down your paints until you can easily suck it in and squeeze it out of your pipette. I start with a 2:1 ratio of paint to water.Also, start with each color having their own pipette. Head to somewhere that you don’t mind getting messy… and wear paint approved clothes.Now let them go! They can squirt large amounts of paint… or even just tiny sprays. They can fling the paint leaving large streaks and even play around with how many pipettes they can squeeze at once! The best part is they get to experiment and see all the different patterns that can be created. When they are nearing the end they may even dump the paint, and that’s OK. Since the paints are watered down you don’t need to use much to get them started. You can always add more to extend the play.
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I just love all the colors and she was so proud of her creation!Here is a closer look at her splatter paint process art.