These winter themed bookmarks are yours to print and color. Add some colorful details with crayons or markers and your kiddos will have a bookmark they look forward to using!
Poinsettia flowers mean “old fashioned Christmas” to me. These tissue paper poinsettia flowers are such an inexpensive and simple way to add a little holiday cheer- and there’s no need to remember to water them!
I’m all for free form, creative process art. In fact most of my lessons are very open ended. But I also believe it’s good for kids to learn some basic tools or skills that they can then use in their own art in their own way. This pine tree tutorial includes a few simple directed drawing steps plus the fun addition of color using the super simple (and not messy) paint with markers technique.
These paper plate wreaths are a great group project as the steps are simple and the finished product is such a sweet one. Use a large paper plate and hang your wreath on the door or a dessert paper plate to make a holiday wreath ornament.
These paper lacing Christmas ornaments are so fun to print, punch, and practice lacing. They’re perfect for hanging on the Christmas tree or dangling in a windowsill!
This fun little watercolor video tutorial will have you painting pretty pine trees in under ten minutes! Grab your watercolor paints and follow along!
Can you draw a straight line? If so then you can draw a holiday wreath! Follow along step by step with my wreath drawing video tutorial and step by step pictures!
Sugar skulls are colorful, decorated skulls traditionally crafted out of sugar as part of the Mexican celebration the Day of the Dead. These five free printable templates are a fun and easy way for your kiddo to make their own sugar skull masks!
These simple printable templates fold up and make adorable three dimensional tabletop Christmas tree ornaments Pop in an electric candle and you’re mantle or table will be set for the season!