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 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!
Watercolor paints are some of the most accessible art materials out there. Any dollar store or grocery store carries them. Clean up is minimal. Two wins, right? What if I told you I have nine watercolor techniques for your kiddos to try that will bring new life to that tray of dried up watercolor paints? Explore texture and color through watercolor for kids!
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!
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.
Cut paper snowflakes are a classic winter activity. They are so pretty, last for the entire winter, and are great for scissor skills. These doily snowflakes add two extra layers of interest; dreamy watercolor colors and the extra laciness provided by the doilies.
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!