“Paint” a picture using the sunscreen and your Q-tip, paintbrush, or clean finger. The picture can be whatever you like.
Take your picture outside after you are done with the painting part.
Find a nice, sunny part of the yard and place your picture on a table or even on the ground.
Put rocks at the corners or sides of your picture so it doesn’t blow away.
Leave your picture directly in the sun for a bit. The picture above was out in the sun for a couple of hours. The longer it can be in the sun the more change you should see.
Check on you painting. Can you see a difference between where your painting is and the rest of the paper? How about under the rocks holding it down? Do you think leaving it in the sun longer will make more of a difference?
Note: You must have a dry, sunny day for this project to work
Thanks to the Team Cartwright website for this fun idea! They have some really great idea, so you will want to check them out