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Scraped Paint Tutorial
June 28th, 2010 by Craftylocks

scraped-paint-sectionThis is one of the very versatile paper crafts for children. You can make patterns, pictures, even write words by scraping into the paint. You just need some paper and paint, and some tools to do the scraping. Tools like a piece of card, the end of a brush or even fingers will do!

To make a more dramatic scraped paint image, first coat the paper with a base layer of acrylic paint. If you are using just one layer of paint and scraping through to the paper, then any sort of paint is fine.

scraped-paint1 Once the first layer is dry paint a small area on top. I have painted and scraped each stripe before starting the next one.
scraped-paint2 While the paint is still wet scrape into the paint with a tool, like the end of a paint brush or a peice of card.
scraped-paint-word You can scrape patterns or words into the wet paint.

Cut bits from the finished piece for all sorts of paper crafts.
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Download the printable version of the tutorial – PDF Worksheet – Scraped Paint

See some of the things we made with just half of this decorated paper at Scraped Paint Decorated Things.

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3 Responses  
dawnie jetson writes:
April 26th, 2011 at 6:23 pm

very cool

Craftylocks writes:
June 29th, 2010 at 2:02 pm

Lovely to see you again:-). Yes, it has to be while it is wet. It is a bit like finger painting where you move the wet paint around – but by using more detailed tools it can create cool patterns. Lots of fun too!!

LollyChops writes:
June 29th, 2010 at 8:54 am

What an awesome craft!!! So you do the scraping while the paint is wet??? NEAT!

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