Happy New Year! I’m going to start off 2016 with a Fun Friday post about bubble wrap. Although it’s not used quite as often to cushion packages, you might have acquired some during recent gift exchanges. Here are some alternatives to adding it to the landfills.
- Michael Fischler demonstrates his artistic process of creating bubble wrap art in this video. The completed portrait is of musician Beth Thornley, whose music accompanies the video. Georges Seurat would be impressed!
- To create a more edible work of art, this video demonstrates the use of bubble wrap and chocolate for creating a cake decoration that is beautiful and impressive.
- New to the world of bubble wrap art? You might want to start out by combining your bubble wrap with a rolling pin and paint for your first project.