Make your own three ingredient sidewalk paint and you’re ready to create this easy chalk art mural. It’s big, colorful, and SO fun!
This simple watercolor butterfly painting is great way to explore the concept of symmetry as well as get acquainted with using oil pastes and watercolor paints!
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!
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!
This geometric heart painting is inspired by stained glass. Watercolor paints and black glue make this multimedia project bright and beautiful!
Start with the primary colors and learn how to layer watercolor paints to create the secondary colors.
Black glue has some huge possibilities in the world of art making. And it’s easy to make with art supplies you already have in your art and craft supplies!
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.
This fun little watercolor video tutorial will have you painting pretty pine trees in under ten minutes! Grab your watercolor paints and follow along!