Foil Paint Art

Foiling Art Painting @ Crayon Box Chronicles

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Calling all artists! Pack up the paper and pull out the foil and dish soap and let’s paint! Utilizing household materials is such a fun way to create something beautiful! Plus, it teaches the kiddos to conserve, reuse, and to look at things in a different way.  This is another addition to our homemade fun series!

Materials Needed:

What’s Next:
  1. Cover your work surface and your child, lol!
  2. Cover a piece of cardboard with aluminum foil, making sure to fold the foil around the back of the board. {Tip: You can use a bottle or shoe box too.}
  3. Tape the foil down.
  4. Next, for each color, pour 1/2 a cup of tempera paint into a paper cup or plastic bowl.
  5. Add 1 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid to the thick tempera paint and mix well {this is what makes it stick}.  If it still won’t stick, add 1/2 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid to the mixture.
  6. Finally, have your child explore their inner artist, painting pictures on the foil. Set aside to dry.

Foil Art Painting @ Crayon Box Chronicles

Foil art with basic household materials is simple, budget-friendly, and makes a beautiful addition to your child’s art wall.  We had leftover paint, so we did a splatter painting too!

Foil Art Painting @ Crayon Box Chronicles

For more fun ways to paint, see Dinosaur Sponge Painting, Bubble Wrap Painting, and Yarn Line Painting.

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