it's so easy and fun, very worthwhile for invitations , letters and just as a fun afternoon .
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Step 1: Making the Envelopes
First thing is to find paper, not too heard , we have lot's of it lying around, if you want , next to photocopy mahines there are always papers that people left , they can make original works that look great..
making the envelope yourself , enables you to make it whatever shape you want ,
one basic evnelope could be made out of a square piece of paper /
fold the corners in , glue , and it's done. you can put masking tape to make it stronger,
Step 2: Now, Lay Your Envelopes
you can tidy them on something that could get dirty, you can put newspapers underneath, or pages that could be used for extra envelopes..
Step 3: Coloring,..
this step you can do it however you feel, experiment, be free to express yourself,
put on some music that makes you move..
i organised some colores in small cups .you can take the cheapest colores dissolve them in a bit of water, and start splashing them on the envelopes
Step 4: Refining
now slowly take the nice ones out and refine them slowly,
when i want them to dribble i blow air on them so there will be lines and splash/bleed marks
you can use markers , glue pictures on them or any other creation you want .
the next thing you can do is to send them!!
enjoy this tention breaking activity, let you kids do it when they are tence.
It makes fun letters to send and get..