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     Butterfly blobs:
     Fold a piece of paper in half and open up. Place blobs of
     paint on one half of the paper, fold the paper closed
     again and carefully spread the paint through the paper.
     Open up to create a butterfly. When dry, children may
     draw in further details for the butterfly, or make it into
     a fantasy creature or a face.


Artworks by Verity Madsen and her class, St Clare’s Catholic School   1
                                  Butterfly Prints




   Butterfly Print Fish and Trees:
   Fold paper in half and open it. Place some orange and red paint
   on one half of the paper. Refold paper and press the paint
   firmly with hand. Open up and dry. When dry, cut along fold to
   create tow pictures. Look at the design and find objects like
   trees, fish, plants, etc. use a black crayon and add details of
   tree trunks, branches, leaves, faces, etc. Add a water wash
   for land, grass, sky, etc.


Artworks by Verity Madsen and her class, St Clare’s Catholic School   2
                                  Butterfly Prints




       Fold a piece of coloured paper in half and open it up
       again. Place blobs of contrasting paint on one half of the
       paper and refold the paper. Press the halves firmly
       together with hand. Open up and let dry. Add cut out
       eyes, nose and mouth to create a fantasy person.




Artworks by Verity Madsen and her class, St Clare’s Catholic School   3

								
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