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Scrape Painted hearts craft for Valentines day

Scrape painting is a super exciting process art activity to teach your students all about color mixing! Students can play with shapes and try different scrape types. This scrape painted hearts craft for valentines day are super fun and easy to make!  Check out these cool 30+ Valentine’s day Crafts for kids

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Scrape Painted hearts craft for Valentines day

Try fast scrapes, slow scrapes, and light, or hard scrapes! Add depth and texture to art projects with this process art design method. This scrape painting is a pure form of painting which give beautiful output by mixing different colors. Students can experiment and explore while scrape painting their paper hearts.

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So, grab the following items and prepare to amaze your preschoolers and kindergarteners in your life!Cardstock paperRuler or old Credit cardpaintsscissors

How to make Scrape Painted hearts craft 

To complete this scrape painted hearts craft for valentines day students will start by cutting out a heart shape. Then add small amounts of paint to JUST the top part of the heart. We suggest using a ruler to complete the scraping process. This provides students with a wide area of scraping while also helping students to stay (mostly) mess-free. 

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