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 lacy hand stenciled paper treat bags are deceivingly simple. All of the details are thank to paper doilies from the cake decorating department. Add some vibrant watercolor and you’re set!
Watercolors paints supply the cool color scheme and old fashioned paper doilies provide a delicate touch to this winter scene painting and mixed media collage.
\These woven watercolor hearts are an artsy take on traditional woven Swedish hearts. Enjoy the process of watercolors and then use the printable heart template to start weaving!
When I think of traditional fall art projects I think of handprint trees, pumpkins on a fence, and a limited palette of warm “fall” colors. The fall crafts below aren’t traditional in that sense but they do celebrate the best the season has to offer!
I just love this easy abstract art idea for kids. No pressure to make a piece of art look “real” or like a neighbor’s artwork. Creating a piece of art that doesn’t have to look like anything in particular is a joy at any age! This super simple abstract watercolor painting process produces can’t fail, brilliant results!
Teaching color in art is a basic elementary feat, right? Learning colors is done in pre-school, kindergarten, and of course, art class. What if we took it a step further and didn’t just teach the colors but also the color families, and how to make secondary and primary colors, and how the colors relate to one another?
Foil painting just requires an easy little switch. Foil instead of paper means a new painting surface; a slippery, reflective surface that’s extra fun to paint on.
I adore art projects that use household materials in new ways. This paper towel painting lesson does just that. A little marker and a few watercolors and you won’t even recognize that paper towel!