What Shall I Paint?
What parent hasn't racked their brain to answer this question on a rainy day? This book suggests simple painting projects to satisfy the most ambitious budding artist, yet each project is broken down into simple stages which even very young children can attempt with confidence.
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Add eyes balloons big sheet body bonfire shape bottom bright brush Butterfly candle cardboard clean clouds cork corners crayon damp cloth damp sponge different shades dip the end dipped in paint Draw edges face finger-paint fingers fish flour flowers Fold a piece Fold and press Fold your paper gently green hair handprints hard kitchen towel legs Let the paint matchbox mouth nose oblong orange paint paint and print paint dry paint lots Paint some blobs Paint the head paintbrush paper in half patterns peel petal shapes picture piece of towel pigs planes potato Press down firmly road Roll runny black paint runny paint scrap paper shade of paint sheet of paper sheet of thick shoe side smoke Splash stick straight straw stripes tail thick paper trees truck wheels white paint wiggly Wind window wings wipe blue paint yarn yellow paint