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Rockin’ rocket

It’s easy to create your very own space rocket picture using a Resene stencil and a few Resene KidzColour testpots.

Rockin’ rocket - instruction sheet

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Resene kids art with Mark Rayner - Project 93

Difficulty level: Easy

You will need: A4 piece of cardboard, Artists’ brushes, Glue stick, Print-out of a Resene Rocket stencil from the Resene website , Resene KidzColour testpots in the following colours: Resene Blast Off, Resene Fizz, Resene Get Reddy and Resene So Cool

Top tip: If you don’t have an A4 piece of cardboard simply cut a piece to fit from an old cereal packet.

Here's another idea: This cool clown print-out was painted with Resene Alabaster, Resene April Sun, Resene Dizzy Lizzy, Resene Nero and Resene Rocket.

Rockin’ rocket
Rockin’ rocket

Make a clown Another idea: Paint a clown

Step 1
Step one
Carefully glue the stencil print-out to the cardboard and allow the glue to dry.
Step 2
Step two
Paint the background space sky with two coats of Resene Blast Off, allowing each coat to dry properly.
Step 3
Step three
Paint the space rocket with two coats of Resene So Cool, allowing each coat to dry properly.
Step 4
Step four
Paint rocket windows and jet flames using Resene Fizz and Resene Get Reddy. Allow paint to dry properly before hanging your outer space masterpiece.

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