Drawing on foam

Materials:
- shaving foam (or hair styling);
- shallow capacity, for example, a flat plate or tray;
- watercolor paints (previously diluted in the palette);
- scraper, spatula or spoon;
- watercolor paper or cardboard, cut into halves or quarters;
- A glass of water.
Instructions.
1. Squeeze the shaving foam onto a plate (if you have enough strength, let the child do it yourself), then level the surface with a little spatula (or with a spoon, hands, etc.).
Drawing on foam

2. Use the pipette to transfer liquid watercolor to the surface of the foam.
Drawing on foam

3. Mix colors to create a marble effect. You can use a wand or toothpick or a brush tip.
4. Put a piece of paper on the surface of the painted foam.
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5. Raise a paper or piece of cardboard ... And it turns out beautiful marble paper!
Drawing on foam

Drawing on foam

Drawing on foam

Set aside to dry and repeat with new colors.
Drawing on foam

You can make several prints every time you add paint to the foam. If you want to start from scratch, you can either add a new layer of foam on top or level out the color spatula and start all over again.
A word of advice: when you buy shaving cream, make sure that it is a foam, not a gel.
For this technique, you can use almost any paint, food coloring or acrylic paint.
by hands. The resulting drawings can be used as blanks for future crafts instead of expensive scrap paper.

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