|Human Powered Spin Art Machine|
|Squeeze bottles filled with paint.|
The adults and children stood outside a safety shield. Then using squirt bottles filled with different colors of paint, they created their little pieces of spin art.
|Some of the Spin Art Results|
They came out very different from one another. As you can guess, it was a challenge to get my kids to leave this fun kids craft workshop.
|Lutradur Triptych Postcard|
|Ultra Light Lutradur, Transfer Artist Paper, Fast 2 Fuse papers|
|Silicone Release Paper|
|Ink Jet Printer Sample|
|Heat Distressed Sample|
|Leaf Ink Rubbing Sample|
|Strathmore Visual Journal|
|Using Mod Podge to adhere asst papers|
|Lyra Aqua Colors|
|Paint & Ink Sample|
|Applying Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pen|
We would love for you to share your experiences at any local “Arts & Crafts” shows that you have attended What was your favorite technique or workshop?
Maria Del Pinto
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