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1  Re: Paint ON Rocks! ET cetera in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by amelia_nz on: April 14, 2008 02:15:24 AM



How about painting onto food? :-)





Yes, that is a real slice of bread!!

I'm a primary (elementary?) school teacher and I did this project in mind to do it with some of the classes that I teach in. I have successfully done it with a Year 5 (9 year old) class ... the finished art looked amazing! Most of the kids painted eggs, one did jam on toast; some did different little crazy things, like taking a bite out of the toast, making the egg spill over the toast onto the plate, double yoke egg, etc.

The toast is varnished so it will never go moldy. I silver leafed the knife and fork.

I didn't work too long on making the egg look realistic, but that is the idea. Be keen to see what else people find to paint on besides paper or canvas.  Cheesy
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