We made bubble wrap prints and turned them into Christmas ornament art!
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We have used bubble wrap to make prints before – but a LONG time ago! It was nice to revisit this method of painting and make a festive version.
To make this art we used:
- Small pieces of bubble wrap
- Small bottles
- Elastic bands
- Paint and paint tray (we used paper plates for easy clean-up)
- Marker pens
I secured the bubble wrap pieces over the end of the bottles with an elastic band, making sure the bubbles were on the outside!
Then we spread some paint onto a paper plate, dipped in the bubble-wrap covered bottles, and made round prints!
After the paint had dried, we used marker pens to draw around the circles and to add ornament fixings at the top.
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This art activity was part of our Christmas ABC Art Book (B is for Bubble Wrap Stamped Baubles) – it’s a free download so check it out! Here are some more colorful bubble wrap prints that our friends made!
This activity is featured in my book 50 Christmas Crafts for Little Kids – get your copy today for more festive inspiration!