Monday, November 19, 2012

Colored Glue Art

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As soon as I saw the rainbow glue that Pink and Green Mama made, I knew we had to try this for ourselves! Basically you just pour some acrylic paint or drops of food coloring into either new or half used bottles of glue, stir, and PRESTO, you've got beautiful "glue paint" that stands on it's own for making wonderful works of art! You can also add glitter for a bit of sparkle.

My Children's Art Group did this for our latest art playdate which you can see HERE,
 and we've continued to play with the left overs for a week now!

L made tons of colored glue art and as you can see, I made a few pictures myself.
It's such simple and fun stuff to "paint" with!

After a few more days of playing with this stuff, we added some beads to our colored glue

This was L's colored glue and beads masterpiece

aaaaand of course, I couldn't resist making a rainbow!
Colored Glue

Colored Glue

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1 comment:

  1. I used to play with colored glue all the time as a kid. I would fill in stencils or make free hand designs on waxed paper. When it dries, you can peel it off and stick it to almost anything. It does not stain or fade and it can be peeled off and placed somewhere else over and over again. There is still a teddy bear stuck to the wall of my parents bathroom from over 20 years ago! I enjoy doing this with my own kids now and there are endless possibilities.


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