For this project, we'll be using a little bit of dish soap to create an acrylic pour over our horse. I've used the Unicorn Paint and Play kit models and paints, but any of the sets with colors you want to use will work.
"Acrylic Pours" have become really popular lately, on all types of surfaces. This is an abstract form of art, and the fun is in the fact that you can't really control the end result. All you know is you'll get a fun dripping pattern on your horse, using all the colors that you've chosen to put on top of it. Pours on flat surfaces can have a swirling and pooling effect, but because of gravity, you'll get long lines and splatters on your horse instead.
You will also need some water, and either some short disposable cups, or paper/plastic cups you can cut down to be a bit shorter (as I've opted to do.) This is a messy craft, so I've used a tin to protect my table - you can use whatever you'd like, or have this be an outside activity.
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