Bubble Wrap Printing

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Extra bubble wrap is always great for play, and today we even turned it into part of an art project.

To start, I taped down various pieces of bubble wrap to the craft table securely. We’ve gotten a nice variety in packages lately, meaning our bubbles ranged from the very tiny to puffy big ones.

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I then set out cups of paint for Veronika (in shiny metallics just for fun).

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She trotted over immediately and started painting. “Ooh, pink! Ooh blue!” she said as she worked.

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I could tell she enjoyed the bumpy feeling of running her brush over the bubbles. She stopped now and then to pop some, too.

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Once our bubbles were covered in a nice layer of paint, I pressed a piece of poster board on top, then lifted it up to show her the print. “Bubbles!” she said with delight.

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We repeated the process so we ended up with two neat prints. This is a simple craft, and perfect for toddlers.

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