Art Project #21: Firework Glue Art

As part of our 100 Days of Art Challenge we wanted to do something fun and easy for the 4th of July.
Since one of our favorite parts of the 4th is the fireworks we decided to make firework art.

We pulled out our white school glue and made firework bursts squeezing the glue right out of the bottle.

One we had our fireworks the way we liked them we sprinkled them with salt and set them aside to dry.

After they were all dry we used our watercolors and brushes to add some colors. It's fun to watch the watercolors spread out and blend together as they move along the salt.

Evan's completed fireworks 

Alec's completed fireworks 

Ian's completed fireworks 

Our other art projects:
Project 1: Painting with Hexbugs
Project 2: Tissue paper flowers
Project 3: Star Wars Crafts
Project 4: Watercolor compass circles
Project 5: Floral pens
Project 6: Watercolor outlines
Project 7: Scratch art jellyfish
Project 8: Oil pastel flowers
Project 9: Fingerprint dandelions 
Project 10: Beaded Sun Catchers
Project 11: Bird Crafts and Snacks
Project 12: Color Mixing Butterflies
Project 13: Water Gun Art 
Project 14: Using Watercolor Kits
Project 15: Dragonfly Silhouette Paintings 
Project 16: Painting Pet Rocks
Project 17: Spray Paint Resist 
Project 18: Water Bottle Windsock 
Project 19: Stained Glass Kits 
Project 20: Tin Can Windsock

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  1. Those came out great! How fun! Last year we blew paint around through a straw to make fireworks.


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