Mother Rising blog uses our Color Diffusing Leaves!

02 May, 2014 0 comments Leave a comment

I absolutely adore the variety of designs that the Color Diffusing Leaves can be used to make. No two are alike–literally! This beautiful assortment of leaves were made from watercolor paint diffusion.

Wendy published this craft post on September 24, 2008. To read more about the post entitled, “Celebrating Autumn” click here!

A neat addition to the colorful leaves is the grommet, with which Wendy attached in order to make it easier to hang the leaves from the ceiling. This is a great idea for making a garland too! Thread the leaves onto a length of string and hang the garland across a classroom wall.

Wendy also recommended trying crayon and colored pencil to produce a paint-resist effect. This would be a great technique to try out sometime!

Thanks to Wendy for this post!

Images and original post © Mother Rising

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