- MAKE COOL LIGHTCATCHERS
- PLACE COLORED PAPER BEHIND and another HERE TOO!
- PAINT THE "CLEAR" AREAS BEHIND
- DOODLE IN THE CLEARED SPACES
FIRST UP TODAY, FUN WITH FUNKY LINES
Rubbing with a damp cloth is a far easier method of removing inkjet ink from the rough side of a transparency. I've used a scratch tool in the past, and that's great for precision and sharp edges. But if you have a large area to remove, you can even dip the inkjet transparency briefly in water for easier removal! (Of course results may vary.)
With the photo below, I rubbed large areas away and then used both wide and thin markers to doodle in the cleared spaces.
|Kids could have a blast with this project!|
NOW FOR THAT MESSAGE TO VISUAL ARTS EDUCATORS:
Do you subscribe to Arts & Activities Magazine? It's a must for activity leaders of all types, for all ages! I'm tickled pink with the two-page spread on my sand bowls in the May '15 issue. Here's a link to the digital edition if you wish to download it! See blog sidebar at right for a link to subscribe.
|An art project simple enough to make and SOOOOO cool!|