Bubble Wrap Painting

Painting on Bubble Wrap

We had so much fun making our Bubble Wrap Road that I thought there must be something else we can do with our big roll of bubble wrap. My boys love to paint, so why not put the two together and see what happens?

We had a lot of fun with this craft, and it's pretty simple to set up. I put a big sheet of bubble wrap down on our kitchen table and taped it down with painter's tape. I poured some washable paint into small cups, put out some brushes, and invited the boys to create.


They started with the brushes and loved how bumpy their "canvas" was.


Then they really got into it and started mixing colors.


They asked for more colors and of course I obliged.


Then they gave up the brushes all together and started finger painting. It was fun to pop the bubbles and make art at the same time! Even my "no mess" boy got into this one.


I hung our finished project on the sliding glass door to dry, and it was quite pretty with the sun shining through! We could easily turn this into a sun catcher craft. 


This was a great project that checked all my favorite boxes - easy, inexpensive (save those packing materials!), sensory and fun. Both of my boys enjoyed it immensely and we will definitely try it again!

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Laura R

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6 comments:

  1. Love re-using materials! And the messy potential here is fabulous! Thanks for sharing with the Frugal Family Linky! Evelyne

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  2. Great idea and so creative! Stopping by from Sat. Evening Family Fun Party. Carrie, A Mother's Shadow

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  3. This is a great idea! I found a similar idea on pinterest where the child had wrapped her feet in bubble wrap then stomped onto white paper!

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  4. what a great idea my little one loves painting so this would be ideal.

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