Paper Towel Quilt

I love watching simple paper towels come to life with Liquid Watercolor.
To create this “eye popping” paper quilt, we filled bingo bottles with Colorations® Liquid Watercolor and dabbed the color onto folded paper towel squares. These detailed patterns were created by school aged children, but younger children will create more free-form patterns with equally beautifully results. For best results use “2-ply” paper towels (better quality versions) since they soak up more color than “1-ply” paper towels and give your artwork a richer result.

In the paper quilt shown here we also created circular coffee filter art using the same materials and techniques. Find directions for these in the Smart Art Lesson for Coffee Filter Art shown here. Finished paper squares and circles were laid out onto a piece of white cooperative mural paper, ready to be mounted with simple white glue. This simple paper craft shows off the beautiful brilliance of color. Isn’t it wonderful eye-candy?

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