This DIY T-shirt painting process is one of those projects that just can’t go wrong. DIY stencils made from freezer paper create the perfect silhouette for little fingerprints to fill with color!
These colorful painted paper vases are made from a simple paper plate. No, they won’t hold water. But they’re so sweet you won’t’ care. These paper plate vases are perfect for holding a bouquet of paper flowers or a few treats!
What do you think of when you imagine allowing your littlest artist to dive into paint? A mess? Haha, that’s normal! There is some mess involved- it wouldn’t be fun without it! But with the proper set up and expectations you can be sure your little person will have fun and so will you! Use these ideas for painting for toddlers to set up amazing art experiences for your toddler right at home!
This weaving could just as easily be done with construction paper or even recycled old art work. But bright spring colors, a few simple watercolor techniques, and freshly painted Easter egg shapes make this paper weaving project really shine!
Watercolor paints are some of the most accessible art materials out there. Any dollar store or grocery store carries them. Clean up is minimal. Two wins, right? What if I told you I have nine watercolor techniques for your kiddos to try that will bring new life to that tray of dried up watercolor paints? Explore texture and color through watercolor for kids!
Do you have a used gift card or an old credit card hidden in your wallet? If you do you have exactly what you need to make this DIY paint scraper for kids. These are so easy and such a fun, satisfying process for kids of any age!
Tie dye is a favorite at my house. We don’t do it terribly often because it is a big, stinkin’ deal. Usually it involves a sunny day, buckets, and a hose. Traditional tie dye is an outside only affair at our house. This easy tie dye process uses just food coloring and tissue paper. You get all the amazing designs without all the mess!
Everyone knows how to color Easter eggs with the little tablet of color you plop into the fizzy vinegar water. I think I’ve done that for about 40 years now and while the eggs are beautiful they are all the same. What’s the fun in that? Learn how to decorate Easter eggs using three different methods that all use the same easy supply- washable markers!
Simple bits of color turn into vibrant radial designs using this little permanent marker trick on any cotton fabric item- think t-shirts, wall hangings, tea towels. This Sharpie tie dye method is an easy and fun alternative to traditional tie dye!