This may be our easiest turkey disguise project yet but *warning* time is needed to let the paint dry.
If you are reading this the night before your child’s turkey project is due click over to our Olaf tutorial or Minion tutorial. Both tutorials are easy require no drying time and can be done in less than 15 minutes.
Splat, drip and spill.
Jackson Pollock was a fine artist who was know for his technique to drip, spill and splatter on the canvas. His style of painting was called “action painting” and he was part the abstract expressionist movement.
Abstract painting is a type of painting where the end result doesn’t look like a real object. Abstract paintings are about emotions or feelings like feeling happy or sad.
The painting has a life of its own. I try to let it come through. Jackson Pollock
Use Pollock’s action painting technique to disguise your turkey!
EASY TURKEY DISGUISE PROJECT
8.5 x 11 frame (optional)
Step 1: Print off your turkey and place it in a shallow box.
Step 2: Use the brush to drip and splatter the paint. Have fun with it as there is no wrong way to action paint,
There is no wrong way to do this. Have your child squirt straight from the bottle or use a paint brush to drip the paint. Lil B used both methods to disguise his turkey.
Step 3: Let dry.
For more turkey disguise inspiration, check out our 15 Outrageous and Clever Turkey Disguise Ideas or get our new Turkey Disguise Project Activity Pack Here