Are you dealing with rainy weather? Here’s a fun art project that kids will love. Make this simple bubble wrap raindrop craft using only a few supplies. Kids will enjoy using this cool technique to paint their raindrop. This engaging craft is perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners and older kids! I provided a FREE raindrop template to make this art project easier.
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Supplies for Bubble Wrap Raindrop
- First, cut your recycled bubble wrap into small squares.
- Next, add a few drops of blue paint to the small bubble wrap squares. Use the paintbrush to cover the paint over the entire bubble wrap squares.
- Carefully stamp the painted bubble wrap on the white cardstock. This step can get a little messy so make sure to keep wet wipes or wet washcloths nearby. Once your child is finished painting, set it aside to dry.
- Finally, download and print the raindrop template. Cut it out then trace the raindrop frame on blue cardstock and the other template on the painted cardstock. Glue the blue raindrop frame on top of the painted raindrop to complete this craft.
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