Straight Line Design | CMSMatHome

Straight Line Design | CMSMatHome

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Let’s gather some tempera or craft paint, a foil pie pan or ice cream pail lid, and some paper. You’ll also need some cardboard and scissors.

Cut your cardboard into wedges that fit in your hand, pour paint on your pie pan or lid, then start working on your art. Dip the cardboard into the paint and stamp the painted edge onto the paper. Try out different arrangements to create a straight line design.

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