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One quick look at the walls of our home and you can tell the kids love to paint. Every room has a canvas or pottery piece one of the kids has made. At any given moment you will find an artist at work in our house.
The easel out in my oldest daughter’s room, colored pencils strewed about my middle son’s bedroom floor, or finger paints covering the dining room table for the twins. We recently tried a new way to paint with Balloon Pop Art, and it was so much fun I had to share!
Balloon Pop Art
Balloon Pop Art is a great outdoor fall activity the kids will go crazy about! A few simple supplies and you’ll have a unique masterpiece to hang on the walls, made by your very own offspring!
Supplies for Balloon Pop Art
- Small Latex Balloons
- Washable Paint
- White Canvas or Craft Board
- Balloon Pump
- Old Clothes or Play Clothes (any washable paint splatters washed right out for us though)
- Huggies® One & Done® Refreshing Wipes
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How to Make Balloon Pop Art
Open each container of washable paint and attach a balloon to the opening. I laid them all out on a cookie sheet to make things easier. Squeeze a little paint into each balloon and slowly remove it from the container.
Take the balloon pump and fill each balloon with some air before tying. Only give it about four pumps, just enough so it is poppable.
Attach the paint-filled balloons to a canvas or craft board using thumbtacks. Now it’s time to get popping! Use a thumbtack or needle to pop each balloon one by one. My twins made this Balloon Pop Art together so they took turns popping balloons. If you have more than one kid you can do that or give them each their own canvas or board.
As each balloon is popped, the paint splatters and runs down the canvas. Kids love seeing the different splatters each balloon makes, and they go crazy about it because it’s messy!
Kids love making messes and when you have preschool age twins messes happen. A lot. Big ones. Small ones. And all the sizes in between. I’ve reached a point of looking at messes, smiling, and often times joining in.
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