These pet portraits use a simple printmaking technique to produce simple but realistic black and white print of your pet, or any subject you choose! Add bright color with a washable markers or crayons for a pop art look!
This simple mandala project turns a plain old paper plate into DIY scratch art. It’s bright and colorful and a great way to introduce the concept of radial symmetry!
If you ask kids to draw a flower most will draw a cartoon-y flower pretty confidently. Use these directed drawing tips as well as the free video tutorial (scroll to the bottom) to take a flower drawings from simple to colorful, complex drawings that will teach your kids that every drawing is made up of simple shapes and lines.
These comic book templates are an easy way to connect writing and drawing. It’s easy to create graphic novels or simple cartoons with these six free printable blank comic book pages!
This Easter egg template set is a simple way to bring a little creativity to the craft table this spring. Print, cut out and add any medium you like to add some personality to these sweet stand up Easter egg printables!
I love art that doesn’t hang on walls. My favorite kind of making is creating beautiful things that get used. This paper bag craft results in adorable paper bag houses that are perfect for playing! Creating your village is just the beginning of the fun!
The terms shape and form might seem like they are interchangeable in the world of art. Not so. In fact, I designed this free digital course to help your kiddos get first hand experience with identifying shape and form in art. They’ll also get a hands on tutorial on how to turn a shape into a form through a simple pencil drawing tutorial.
Oil pastels and watercolors are always a dynamic pair and this snowflake design is no exception. One part science and one part oil pastel resist magic add up to sweet, cool colored snowflakes designs to brighten up any winter day!
These free printable Valentine’s day coloring pages and drawing prompts are a fun and easy way to add a little creativity to the day. Grab some markers, crayons, or colored pencils and settle in for a little creative relaxation!