2. You can overlap them, run them off the page - it is your design, so you get to decide!
3. Stop when you think you have enough circles:
4. Start to fill in the areas the overlapping circles have created using whatever art supplies you like.
5. I used the oil pastels to create some areas where the paint wouldn't cover. If you use watercolors, make the color paler by adding more water. You can make the color deeper by repainting the area with the same color. Play with having different shades of the same color.
6. You get to make up the 'rules' for how you fill in the spaces - for example, never using the same color in two adjoining spaces - or have no rules at all!
7. Gradually fill in all the areas, both big and small.
8. Some of the areas you can first used a wax crayon, then paint over the area.
9. When the page is full, go back in and add more details with crayons or paint.
10. You decide when you have finished!
a sheet of mixed media paper
something round to draw around – I used a reel of duct tape
a marker to draw the circles
some paints – I used a basic water color set
some wax crayons or wax pastels