To make these paintings, you will need colored cardboard, PVA glue, watercolor paints and oridinary cooking salt.

You can paint directly with the glue on the cardboard, but you can also make a pencil drawing first. When you’ve traced the drawing with the glue, cover it with plain cooking salt. Pour the salt over and move the paper to cover the whole ‘glue’ drawing.

When you’ve covered the drawing with salt, you can start painting in watercolor immediately, but you can also wait for the glue to dry. The results are slightly different in favor of the dry glue 🙂
Тhese are our experiments with different quantities of PVA glue. 

see also:

drawing for kids