What you need:
Food Coloring or Liquid Water Colors
Jar of Water
Place tag board “canvas” onto a cookie sheet or old newspapers to contain the project and prevent messes. I would highly suggest using a cookie sheet.
Use the glue to cover paper in a fun pattern for the sky.
Liberally cover glue with salt and shake off excess.
Drip a few drops of food coloring or liquid water color onto the tag board, making sure to focus on the glued areas. The salt will absorb the color. If using food coloring, you can dip a brush in water and add
drips to the food color spots for a surprise.
Tilt the tray so the color rolls around the canvas, creating a beautiful, vibrant sky.
Add some more salt to the food coloring or water color to enhance the sparkle effect.
Paige and I created several works of art, but the following is our favorite!
For the different depths of color, I used the neon and assorted food coloring. This was such a fun project that we can do over and over again! Doesn’t the glistening paint look lovely on my refrigerator?