Virtual Refrigerator-- Double Cup Pour Painting

Thanks for stopping by and joining us again this week as we host another virtual refrigerator arts and crafts link up.

This week we're sharing another pour painting project. Our first one went so well that we wanted to try again and this time using two cups!

I prepared my two cups of colors much like I did the first time; however I wanted more cells/ circles this time so I added a two few squirts of  this coconut milk hair serum  to the paint, water, and Floetrol mixture.  (You can read about how we prepared our paints here).

OGX Anti-Breakage Serum Nourishing Coconut Milk, (1) 4 Ounce Pump Bottle, Paraben Free, Sulfate Free, Sustainable Ingredients, Strengthening, Protective, Hydrating
Once I had my two cups ready I placed my canvas on top and flipped it over with the help of Alec. 

Once finished I set it in the sun to dry.

Next was Evan's turn.

Alec still wanted to do just one cup but used quite a bit more paint, water, and Floetrol than last time.

His had better cells/circles than mine!

They stayed pretty shiny when dry this time.



A close up of what are called cells in pour painting
For some reason mine had all these little bumps on it; I can only assume it was due to the coconut serum 

We had lots of fun and plan to do a few more once we get some more Floetrol.

Now without further ado I invite you to grab a "magnet" and link up your arts and crafts posts below and visit some other bloggers to see what they shared on their refrigerators.

Your art project doesn't need to be a stand alone post, nor does it need to be a tutorial.  We love day in the life posts or homeschooling wrap- ups that show art work too! 

So what do you have to share with us?

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  1. These are so lovely, what a fun art project. I love the hair serum tip. Pinning.


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