Kristen from Caution! Twins at Play! posted photos of her twins Graham and Parker painting our R2442 Color Diffusing Paper Leaves! They used liquid watercolor to color the leaves and painted onto clear plates to keep the table surface clean.
This post, called “water color” was published on December 30, 2012. Kristen took many beautiful photos of her sons’ artworks. Check out the blog post for more images!
Here you can see twins Graham and Parker having a blast as the liquid watercolor seeps throughout the leaf cutouts.
It’s a good idea to make sure your work surfaces are covered before you start painting the leaves as the paint will inevitably seep through the bottom. Kristen mentioned that she would have liked to use this on her light panels but didn’t have the proper cover to protect it.
Look forward to our handy Light Table kits that we’re producing next year! We feature a variety of materials and resources that can assist with educational light table sessions.
Kristen is an advocate for using the light table for many educational subjects and she believes wholly in the value of presenting children with alternative learning ways. Light tables illuminate the objects that are placed on them and present a whole new perspective on objects’ appearances.
Thanks to Kristen for her post!
Images and original post © Caution! Twins at Play!.
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