What You Will Need
- Blank paper or canvas
- Several colors of paint
- Adhesive shelf paper
- Paint brushes (or you can finger paint!)
First, have your Little Pnut cover his/her canvas with a background color. We used pink and then sprinkled on a little glitter. After the paint is dry, cut a shape out of adhesive shelf paper, peel the backing off, and stick it onto the canvas. Press the edges down well. Now, paint over your shape with a new paint color/colors that contrast well with the background color. We used two different shades of blue and a little bit of white. Before the paint dries, carefully peel off your shape to expose the background color. And there you have it! A beautiful work of art to proudly display on your wall!
This activities focuses on the following Developmental Milestones for your Little Pnuts:
Fine Motor Skill Development, Hand/Eye Coordination, Focus & Concentration, Creativity, Sensory Exploration—Stephanie Haass, Little Pnuts Early Childhood Activities Expert & Blogger, www.two-daloo.com