Sometimes you just gotta let your feet do the painting. Because it's reallllly fun.
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First, you'll need a really big piece of paper (we used a large stretch of our butcher paper from our Ikea paper dispenser) and some drops of bright vibrant paint (we are LOVING the colors of our Colorations Simply Washable Tempera Paints).
You'll need a cute little pair of feet.
And then you set to work stomping those paint globs!
If you leave the paint drips spaced out a bit, you'll get some cool prints like this:
If you add more paint, you'll get a more intricate pattern like this:
So pretty, right?
And of course, we had to do a rainbow.
Helpful tips: Be sure to not add too much paint - if there's too much the paper will rip and you're more likely to slip. Encourage stomping versus walking, jumping, or running to decrease the likelihood of slips and falls. Paint can be slippery - so be sure to be close by to catch your little artist if they need it. We had so much fun making several stomp art masterpieces and hope you'll give this crazy painting technique a try!
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