Challenge your kids to see how many different
ways they can print and paint with Q-tips!
Today's Q-tip craft is all about experimentation!
What You Need:
Q-tips (regular and/or Precision Tip)
painter's tape or masking tape
wood blocks in simple shapes (optional)
plastic lids for holding paint
newspaper or similar to cover work surface
What You Do:
Prep some Q-tip blocks and bundles:
Tape Q-tips around the blocks; make sure to adjust
them so that they will touch the surface evenly.
Tape bundles of 2, 3, and 4 Q-tips together.
Put a shallow layer of paint in the lid.
This is all about experimentation, so see how many
different kinds of marks you can make with a Q-tip!
Dip your Q-tip(s) into the paint. Use the tip and
the side, roll one end around then roll both ends
at the same time; try holding multiple Q-tips
together at the same time and do it all again.
If you find a print that you like create lots of them
to make interesting patterns.
What else can you do? Get creative and have fun!
Save your paper to use for collages
and other paper projects.
Visit Q-tips on Facebook and get a coupon for $1 off
any two Q-tips® products (170 count or larger;
excludes travel and trial size)!
Check out lots of funny videos featuring Q-tips
on their YouTube channel too.
This is a sponsored post. Q-tips® product was provided
by Unilever, the makers of Q-tips®; my tips and usage
suggestions are my own.