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.
PREP: Glue each snowflake to a sheet of chipboard with craft glue. Let dry.
- 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.
- Repeat the crayon rubbings until the sheet is full of snowflakes.
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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