This wolf art is made from a background of washable markers and a black silhouette!
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We recently read the book From Wolf to Woof by Hudson Talbott – a lovely story of how wild wolves became friends with humans and turned into dogs.
Inspired by the beautiful Rainbow Rainy Day Art from Rhythms of Play, I decided to use washable markers and water spray to make the background.
My son and I filled a sheet of watercolour paper with scribbles using blue and grey pens.
Then we used a spray bottle filled with water to wet the picture, watching as the colours started to run into each other. (Note: the colours will run to whatever is under the paper – I placed a plastic placemat under each picture before spraying with water).
The paper may start to curl and bend as it dries, so I had to weight ours down to get it flat again!
I used a craft knife and cutting board to cut out the two parts around the wolf’s legs, but if you use a different silhouette then you might not need to do this.
And this is mine – just slightly neater on the silhouette, and my background got a bit wrinkled when I was drying it!Wolf Art for Kids #silhouette #artforkids #kidsart #wolf #wolves Click To Tweet