Rainbow anything is beautiful but these leaf prints combine the colors of the rainbow with the delicate details of leaves for a finished product you just want to keep looking at! Whether you use this project as an opportunity to talk about the colors of the rainbow or focus on the sensory aspect of coloring on leaves- it’s a winner!
I believe in making art out of what’s available, using what you have. In Ohio right now we have an abundance of leaves. It’s green everywhere. Although this lushness won’t last forever while it’s here it’s pretty awesome and using the greenery to make more beautiful art just seems natural. All you need for these leaf mandala prints is some pretty little leaves and some watercolor paints!
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!
The intricacies and beauty found in nature are hard for artists of any age to replicate. Through some simple color washes and careful placement this easy leaf printing process creates some of the most intricate and interesting artwork that we have made in ages.
These wine cork stamps are a fun way to create an easy DIY stamp set that can be managed by any age.
This super simple printmaking process is a quick ticket to creating a colorful bunch of Indian corn perfect for celebrating the fall holidays! Grab some markers and get ready to settle in for this easy fall craft!
My kids love wearable art. Making it is fun and telling everyone they made it themselves is even better! This DIY t shirt printing method is especially do-able because it doesn’t require any specialty fabric paints or markers, just plain old crayons.
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!
Printmaking is a favorite process of mine because there are just so many amazing variations. These block wood prints take a traditional printmaking idea and put a simple, kid friendly spin on it.