We’re ready to make a splash this summer with splatter paint DIY beach towels and these pool tips as part of a shop that has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #JumpIntoSummer #CollectiveBias
When my oldest was young we tried lots of different flotation devices. None of them worked for us until we found Stearns® Puddle Jumper® life jacket. It’s a US Coast Guard-approved life jacket with a learn to swim design. In one summer my oldest went from hanging on my hip to using the Puddle Jumper® life jacket to swimming across the pool. Now my youngest wears his with confidence, eager to learn to swim and keep up with brother.
The original plan was to blow bubbles onto the towel and create a bubble burst design like our favorite bubble paint creations. Without a place to hang up the towels and blow the bubbles at it, we opted for a splatter technique using fabric dye and straws.
First lay out a protective surface and paint in an area of grass or dirt to avoid staining your patio. Cardboard or a tarp works great as a creative surface.