Scrape painting is a super cool process art for color mixing! Students can explore their creativity in so many ways. Scarpe art technique is a mess-free way to create some of the most beautiful masterpieces for your bulletin boards! Kids will have so much fun scrapping the colors using a popsicle sticks to create this amazing Turkey artwork for Thanksgiving!
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Let's get going with these super fun Turkey craft for Thanksgiving!
Scrape painting is a super art process for color mixing! Students can create this super cool Turkey by using just red, yellow and orange paint and create some new range of colors in the process! Kids will enjoy scrapping the colors using a popsicle sticks t o create this amazing artwork for Thanksgiving. To recreate this scrape Turkey craft activity at home, all you need is paint, construction paper, Ziplock bag, googly eyes, red pom pom, popsicle stick and plain white cardstock paper paper!
First, students will need to grab a cardstock paper and cut out turkey feathers ( It can be a simple circle too!). Squirt paint of the edges of the feathers in any order. Put the cardstock in a ziplock bag carefully without smudging the paints. Now start the scarping process starting from top to bottom. Spread out the colors as much as can be to cover the white paper. Once done, carefully take the paper out of the ziplock bag and keep it to dry!
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