Marbling with shaving foam is incredibly easy and leaves great results.
1.You need some sort of tray to squirt out and cover with shaving foam, then use either food colouring and/or paint and blob either one side or all over (I think if I remember correctly it worked much better with the paints).
2. Using pencils/paint brushes/cardboard swirl patterns into the shaving foam and paint mixture creating wonderful patterns.
3. Once you are happy with the patterns place a piece of paper (we found normal white printing paper worked best) on top and lift it up carefully, it might look like a mess now.
4. Use a strong long piece of cardboard or ruler and scrape the shaving foam mixture off the paper.
5. Leave to dry you should be left with something looking like this...
I then cut the paper into egg shapes, Alex also had some practise at cutting with his scissors too, I was very impressed at his co-ordination doing so.
We then stuck these onto some card, I had picked up some Easter foam shapes from ELC that Alex stuck on too, unfortunately I didn't take a photo of these.
This was Alex after doing the marbling last year, he wanted to just paint his hands and do hand prints!