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1 March, 2018
Make your own Holi balloon splash art
Holi is definitely one of the most popular festivals in India. People usually celebrate it by splashing colours on each other. If you have been looking for an alternative way to enjoy Holi, give this art project a try!

What you will need:

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Make sure you wear clothes that you don’t mind being stained by paint. Also, we recommend you take this art project outside to avoid splashing the walls with paint.

Step 1

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Cut the cardboard enough so that you can tuck it inside the canvas frame.

Step 2

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Attach the narrow end of the funnel to the opening of the balloon. Pour the acrylic paint into the funnel so that it can flow through it into the balloon.

Step 3

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Now place the balloon onto a balloon pump, inflate it and tie it off. Repeat this with all of the balloons.

Step 4

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Hang your canvas onto a wall and stick all the balloons onto it with the thumbtacks. Do make sure that you stick these balloons from the tied-up ends so as to not burst them.

Step 5

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Now is the most fun part! Invite your friends over and enjoy a snack of puranpolis and gujiyas with them. Then, take turns popping those balloons with darts.
Your abstract Holi painting is now ready. Happy Holi!

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