“Fall Theme” Bubble Wrap Arts for Toddlers

We all love bursting the tiny bubbles of the bubble wrap, since childhood.

Here are two interesting fun and easy arts using bubble wrap. I chose “Fall” theme, you can select colors as per your choice.

Requirements:

  1. Plain white paper
  2. Water colors (multiple shades)
  3. Brush
  4. Water
  5. Sketch pen
  6. Bubble wrap

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ART 1

Step 1: Draw a tree without leaves on the white paper.

Step 2: Take water colors in a plate and add little water to them. You can choose any colors of your choice. I chose variations of yellow and red/orange for the “FALL THEME”.

Step 3: Cut bubble wrap sheet into small rectangle pieces.

Step 4: Color the bubbles of bubble wrap sheet using brush- a set of bubbles at a time.

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Step 5: Put the colored piece over the tree branches and press. DO NOT MOVE the bubble wrap sheet or else the bubble shape will go.

Step 6: Repeat Step 4 & 5 with other colors and fill your tree branches.

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PS: The red color on the tree trunk was toddler’s improvisation.

ART 2

Step 1: Draw a tree without leaves on the white paper.

Step 2: Take water colors in a plate and add little water to them to make colors bit watery. You can choose any colors of your choice. I chose variations of yellow and red/orange for the “FALL THEME”.

Step 3: Cut bubble wrap sheet into small rectangle pieces.

Step 4: Fold bubble wrap piece, dip in color and put on the tree branch.

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Step 5: Repeat Step 4 with different colors and fill your tree. Use different piece for each color.

Step 6: Put some color on the ground for the “feel of the fall”.

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So easy and fun Right?

My toddler enjoyed making these trees. Happy Coloring!!

 

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