wooden picture frames (We used some from Jo-Ann that already had one coat of white paint. Natural wood frames work too.)
acrylic paint (Ours came in a pack filled with spring colors.)
2. Use painter's tape to block off sections of the picture frame. The kids can use the tape to block off different geometric shapes. Lydia Grace wanted triangles and Eli followed her lead.
3. Paint the picture frame. Lydia Grace used a different color for each section. Eli wanted to mix his colors. Let each kid try their own technique. That's what makes it special!
4. Allow the paint to dry. Gently pull off the tape to reveal the unpainted areas. Display or gift your new geometric frame.