Everyone remembers making those wax scratch art pictures from their childhood so when D asked to make one, it provided a great bit of half-term fun...It is so simple to do, yet effective too.
Colour a piece of card with wax crayons.
Then paint over the whole piece of card with thick paint. Ideally the paint would be black but we didn't have any black paint so we used blue and it still worked.
When it is completely dry you can use a wooden stick (e.g. a wooden skewer but with the tip cut off so it is not too pointy and scratchy) or the end of a paintbrush handle to scratch your pattern, picture or writing onto your wax art card.
|D had drawn Jesus at the cross with the message: He died for your own good.|
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