Gather a treasure trove of found natural materials to create these nature mandalas. Creating a mandala from natural materials can be done anywhere.
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!
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.
Creating a paintbrush out of an unusual material, such as pasta, brings an element of fun to this process art activity. Spaghetti paintbrushes and some food coloring paint make for a super fun art project straight out of the pantry.
String pull art is about as process oriented as art gets. You get to make a few choices then it’s all action and a bit of chance. These fun little creatures start by pulling a string but take it a bit further by adding some details to create some funky looking creatures.
I love process art for kids. Why? Because with process art there is no “right answer.” Not only is process art enjoyable it is encouraging! This fun little project combines some fun straw blowing process art into a artwork loosely based on the infamous “Bouquet of Peace.” Picasso for kids becomes easy, fun, and ever so pretty.