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Paper Marbling Kids Craft

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Paper Marbling Kids Craft
Paper Marbling Kids Craft
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Make some fun paper to draw on or hang on the refrigerator with the Paper Marbling Kids Craft. This paper craft for kids would be great to do on a rainy day in the summer. Paper marbling is an easy paper craft that doesn't require a lot of materials or steps to create it. This tutorial will show you how to make paper crafts that involve marbling paper in cool designs that can be anything your kids can imagine. What you do with the marbled paper is up to you!

Time to CompleteUnder 30 minutes

MaterialsPaper Crafts

Age GroupToddlers, Preschool & Kindergarten

Materials List

  • Paper
  • Food coloring
  • Oil
  • Saucepan
  • Water
  • Small bowls

Instructions

  1. Pour a little oil in the bowl

  2. Add food coloring

  3. Put water in saucepan so it covers the bottom of it

  4. Pour a little color in the water

  5. Place the paper on top so the pattern transfers onto it

  6. Leave the paper to dry

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