This watercolor resist snowflake art is easy to create with laser-cut wood decorations that are found at craft stores. They make perfect crayon rubbing material because they are so decorative, yet perfectly flat.
• Multimedia Paper
• Wooden Laser Cut Snowflakes
• Chipboard, about 8″ x 10″ sheet for each snowflake
• Craft glue
• White crayon
• Blue Liquid Watercolor Paint
PREP: Glue each snowflake to a sheet of chipboard with craft glue. Let dry.
1. My sample is made with a white crayon, but younger students could use bright colors they could see more easily. Place the snowflake under the paper and rub it very heavily with the side of a large crayon, going back and forth in many directions.
2. Repeat the crayon rubbings until the sheet is full of snowflakes.
2. Paint over the entire sheet and snowflakes with blue liquid watercolor paint. Dab with a paper towel to soak up the paint on the crayon.
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