Create your very own ideas file where you can store notes, drawings, clippings and even photographs.
Resene kids art with Mark Rayner - Project 132
Difficulty level: Moderate
My ideas file
Another idea: my photo file
Top tip: If you’re using corrugated cardboard it’s much easier to fold it in line with the corrugations rather than across them.
Fold the piece of cardboard in half, as shown.
Apply one coat of Resene Art Action Quick Dry to one side of the cardboard and allow to dry.
Apply one coat of Resene Art Action Quick Dry to the other side of the cardboard and allow to dry.
Paint one side of the cardboard with Resene Bright Spark and allow to dry.
Paint the other side of the cardboard with Resene Bright Spark and allow to dry. In the same way, apply a second coat of Resene Bright Spark to both sides of the cardboard and allow to dry.
Place a strip of coloured masking tape around each edge of the piece of cardboard,asshown.Trim the ends of the masking tape with scissors – you might need a grown up to help with this bit.
Paint ‘My Ideas File’ on the front of the file using Resene Reverie and allow the paint to dry.
Place the small bulldog clip on the edge of the file to keep it shut. Now get thinking!
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