Transform a simple square of cardboard into a funky bedroom screen with a little bit of help from Resene.
Screen play - instruction sheet
Resene kids art with Mark Rayner - Project 62
Difficulty level: Moderate
You will need: Old CD, Paintbrushes (including a large flat artists’ brush), Pencil, Piece of cardboard (ours measured approximately 900mm x 900mm), Resene Quick Dry waterborne primer undercoat, Resene Testpots of Resene Cabaret, Resene Geronimo (x2) and Resene Illusion, Wide sticky tape or parcel tape
Top tip: Scoring a straight line down the piece of cardboard with the back of a pair of scissors will help to make a neat fold.
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