Then you can place another piece of cardstock over the top of your "peeled" cardstock, and create a nearly mirror image. While the paint is wet, you can add a little bit (or a lot) of fine glitter. Move your papers to a piece of newsprint to dry. And keep going. We did 10-ish sheets this way.
The freezer paper itself becomes a very colorful background too!
The next step in the demo was to add some watercolor to the "white" sections, which I'll play with a bit later tonight, perhaps. Then using a glaze pen (because it's shiny), outline some of the patterns.
Our demonstrator, Cheryl, cuts them up to use in her collage paintings or for ATC's or on greeting cards. For a mixed media artist, the possibilities are endless... :)
The 30 Day Get your Art on challenge is hosted by Traci Bunkers.