Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Sticker Resist Painting and Printing!!

This Sticker Resist Painting is one wonderful activity which even the smallest of kids will enjoy!
Sticker Resist Painting and Printing Kids Valentine

I was lucky to have a sneak peak into some of the wonderful photos submitted to the Heart Book. One of those was this Heart Sticker Resist Painting by Play Dr Mom. I loved it a lot and knew Putti would love the process too, as it is so much similar to the Tape Resist painting we had done in the past. So, we got to work immediately and did ours even before I saw her post. We did ours on white cardstock and used the craft foam stickers left over from "Hearts tree", while she has done them on a canvas. 
We have been having a lot of fun with the $1 heart foam stickers, sorting by shapes, color and counting etc. First Putti put the Heart Foam Stickers on the cardstock where ever she wanted. 
Sticker Resist Painting and Printing Kids Valentine

She then got busy covering the whole cardstock with paint. She is now at the stage she loves covering the whole page, leaving no white gaps!! Sticker Resist Painting and Printing Kids Valentine
 Once she was done painting the whole thing, I was about to move it to dry, when she asked for a sheet of paper, which she pressed it down on her painted cardstock...
 Pulled it off....
Sticker Resist Painting and Printing Kids Valentine
 To make a beautiful Mono print!! Which reminds me I haven't shared our any mono print ideas..
Sticker Resist Painting and Printing Kids Valentine

She did not want to stop with one. For the next one, I suggested she use the heart stickers with arrows through them and the double hearts etc. And she obliged and repeated the process of sticking the stickers, painting all over and doing a mono print!!
Sticker Resist Painting and Printing Kids Valentine

Here are the two gorgeous prints she made !! So glad she took this extra step all by herself:)
Sticker Resist Painting and Printing Kids Valentine
 After the paint dried, she loved pulling them off and sticking them onto another paper. I gave this to catch any paint stains from the sticker getting on the table. They did not stick too well, but atleast our table did not get any paint stains:)
Sticker Resist Painting and Printing Kids Valentine
 In the next one, I gave her a sheet with one of her hand tracing and coloring that she had done sometime earlier. She stuck the pulled stickers onto this and we had another handprint tree:))
 Well, here are our two lovely sticker resist paintings!!
Sticker Resist Painting and Printing Kids Valentine

This is part of The Valentine Ideas, another collaborative project from an amazing group of kids' bloggers :
Mama Pea Pod, Let Kids Create, My Creative Family, Hands on: as we grow, La Dolce Vita: The Sweet Life AngeliqueFelix.com, The Golden Gleam, Teach Preschool, Critters and Crayons, Living at the Whitehead Zoo, The Iowa Farmer's Wife, Nurturestore, Kitchen Counter Chronicles, The Chocolate Muffin Tree, Jamie's Jumble, The Outlaw Mom Blog, Mama Smiles, The Mommies Made Me Do It, Dinosaurs and Octopuses, Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas, Toddler Approved, Messy Kids, Rainy Day Mum, JDaniel4sMom, Glittering Muffins, Red Ted ArtMommy and Me Book Club, Putti Prapancha, Dilly-Dali ArtCreative Connections for Kids, Mommy Labs, De tout et de rien: Activités pour le Préscolaire, Imagination Soup.net, Rockabye Butterfly, Classified: Mom, Kids Creative Chaos, A Mom with A Lesson Plan, PlayDrMom, RainbowsWithinReach, Living Montessori Now, Curly Birds, Growing A Jeweled Rose, The Home Teacher, A Little Learning For TwoSun Hats and Wellie BootsThe Imagination TreeMummy Mummy MumCritters and CrayonsLa-La's Home DaycareCome Together KidsTinkerlabDirt and Boogers,Multiple Mummy.

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12 Comments :

Yes, its simple and fun!! Thanks for visiting.

What a great way to paint! I love the idea of using stickers.

This is so cool! We'll have to get some foam stickers and try this! Love the fresh look of your blog!

LOVELY! I love it! I'll have to try it out with my son!

I'm following you from FB KBN and the linky party. Love the photos and art. Hope you'll visit me sometime.

What fun ways to paint. I would love it if you would share this at our sharing party at http://craftymomsshare.blogspot.com/2012/02/sharing-saturday-6.html. Thank you!!

We did foam heart sticker resist as one of our projects this week too! I didn't think to make prints off of the canvas though. Smart!

Love it. I just found this post and awesome link up via No Time for Flashcards. I am pinning.

Oh really nice, all are very impressive and attractive. The painting is the sign of our mind and shadow of our thought. It is good art to make us happy and smile. Many thanks for you beautiful share.

Awe so cute. They all look wonderful.

Thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!

Maggy

This looks great! I'm going to try it with my kids this week!

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