Glue Art

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What kid doesn’t love squeezing glue? Especially when it’s colored glue! Past glue projects can be found here, here, and even here!
Colored glue is just so fun, we can’t stay away. As always, we make our colored glue by mixing liquid water color and glue; this time we used both clear and white glue.

  • Card Stock or Poster Board
  • Foil
  • Trays
  • Colored Glue
  • Fabric Pieces
  • Paper Pieces
  • Sequins
  • Glitter
  • Construction Paper
  • Double Sided Tape

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We started this session with trays, foil, and card stock at each work space. The trays are to catch excess glue, but the foil allows for easy removal of the artwork so the tray may be used by the next class as the art dries.
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We rescinded our dot-dot-not a lot policy again this week!

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After the students used what they deemed a sufficient amount of glue, they moved onto the “stuff”! The paper and fabric scraps were into introduced along with the sequins and glitter, added one at a time.

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To give the finished product a sweet pop of color and a fun border, we taped the art to bright construction paper!

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