Follow along with a few simple folds as you learn to cut a snowflake with six sides.
Painting on snow with watercolor paints is a great process art activity for winter.
These winter themed bookmarks are yours to print and color. Add some colorful details with crayons or markers and your kiddos will have a bookmark they look forward to using!
Christmas with kids is awesome. Well, simultaneously awesome and exhaustingly busy. We enjoy the days more when our expectations are not sky high. It really is the little stuff. This free printable DIY advent calendar is designed to be both of those; awesome and easy.
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 Japanese notan art inspired snowflakes incorporate the idea of positive and negative space based on the Japanese concept of notan.
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.
This woven paper Christmas tree craft is such a winner because the supply list is super minimal, there are lots of great basic skills involved, and the finished product is just so interesting! You’ll love to add this Christmas tree to your holiday mantle!
This simple chalk pastel technique is an easy way to create a quick snowman drawing (or an anything drawing) perfect for a holiday card or a quick snowy afternoon project!