Have you noticed that your
tween or teen has a talent for painting? If so, here is a great project to
harness their creativity and let them explore their painting talents. Kindra
Boroff designed this Layered Bird Frame using FolkArt acrylic craft paints.
This project may look a little advanced, but actually is a beginner level
project that will only take 30 minutes to 1 hour to create. Leave a comment below, and tell us what your
tween or teen has recently painted; we’d love to hear about it.
Paint- 901 Wicker White, 320 Jamaican Sea, 2547 Brilliant Pink, 938 Licorice,
and 2576 Vivid Orange
Foam Applicator Set
wood panel with Wicker White. Base-coat the frame with Brilliant Pink.
off stripes on the wood canvas and paint alternating with Vivid Orange and
a piece of canvas with Jamaican Sea and cut to fit into the frame. Hot glue to
the inside of the frame. Hot glue the
frame to the center of the wood canvas.
the bird with Wicker White. Rub petroleum jelly to the edges of the bird.
Base-coat with Licorice. When dry lightly sand to create a distressed look.
glue the bird to the center of the frame as shown.