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Fork and Spoon Animals

We usually use whatever materials available handy while doing painting.Just out of curiosity to see the different types of outcome instead of using paint brush.I came across post of Neha Khanna ,Pearl buds sharing the idea of using fork for painting.I loved the idea


I was thinking,how did we miss using fork all these years.I shared this with my son,then we immediately set in to action.

I asked my child to take sheet of paper, fevicryl colours,fork.

The spoon was my son’s idea .He took paint using spoon and poured it in sheet of paper and then used fork to spread it.

Our fork and spoon animals are ready.

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