Ahhh, there’s something totally magical about snowflakes. It doesn’t matter how you feel about the general cold state of winter- if you slow down to look at an individual snowflake it’s a miraculous little work of art. Today we’re going to use wax paper cut snowflakes to make amazing prints in watercolor- catching all the little details!
I’m not a baker but I do appreciate a good cookie decorating video. They’re mesmerizing, am I right? This watercolor resist spiderweb painting uses a traditional cookie decorating technique to create a glue spiderweb perfect for painting over.
My kids love sidewalk chalk paint. In the past I’ve purchased it in powdered form and doled it out stingily to make it last longer than a day. No more! This three ingredient sidewalk chalk recipe is so easy the kids can make it themselves! And the making is half the fun!
Learning how to draw bubbles using just washable markers is deceptively easy. Once you show your kiddos just a few simple steps they’ll be drawing one bubble after another!
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!
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!
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!
Traditional tie dye is an outside only affair at our house. But 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!