Kids Art: Rainbow Reflections

If you are a regular visitor to this humble space you might remember that I posted a little while ago about the fun Immy had painting on alfoil and how I planned to explore creating on a range of reflective surfaces. Well, life sort of got in the way and put us off track for a moment or two but we are slowly finding our way back. This week I asked Immy if she would like to do some painting on the window. Whilst we were getting the paints ready we were talking about what a big window it was and she decided that she would paint a BIG rainbow (we are very into rainbows around here!)
We painted on the outside of the window with children’s acrylic (makes it easy to wash off with a hose when we are ready to create a new artwork).
Our completed rainbow painting sure does brighten up our playroom 🙂

What have you been creating this week?

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  1. Hear Mum Roar says:

    We've done this before too with fingerpaint, it's so much fun! Kids can also get some paper to print it up against the glass if they want to, as well:)

  2. Hmmm… look at that left handed precision grip. COME ON LEFTY!

  3. Great idea, looks really great. I like the idea of it being an always changing canvas

  4. JDaniel4's Mom says:

    This is beautiful. She did a wonderful job.

  5. What a beautiful rainbow! Emma is all about rainbows at our house.

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