Here are 5 easy watercolor techniques for children
Tag: kid artwork
The best fairy homes use natural materials, especially gourds, rocks, twigs, moss, acorns, seeds, and leaves. Explore our inspirational Fairy Garden pictures.
This fall, we’re being mindful of what brings us daily JOY by writing gratitudes on a family pumpkin. Here’s how we’re doing it.
We LOVE Googly Eyes. Seriously, a box of Wiggle or Google eyes is an affordable MUST-HAVE craft supply for mommas with creative kids!
A favorite mixed-media technique: painted paper for use in collages. Artistic kids will love these project ideas!
Have you ever looked at your bucket of sidewalk chalk and thought, “What do we do with this?” Today, I’m here to inspire you with a very simple, family-friendly outdoor chalk mosaic art project.
Read about ways to experiment with straws and paint; the ultimate, fun process art experiment!
Instead of throwing away old magazines, save their brightly printed pages for use in magazine collage artwork that you can make with your kids!
Take a few minutes to make this simple Holiday Handprint Craft. Display your craft as is or turn it into a vinyl keepsake.
When making a cereal box cardboard ghost cutout for nature exploration, of course only a Lego brick-themed ghost will do!
Check out our Keith-Haring inspired elementary-aged art project – featuring The Blue Lego Brick dancing the floss.
Learn how to make, mail, and share a paper hug from your child!
Soak up your last days of summer sunshine outside with your little ones making and photographing this adorable nature craft!
This simple project uses oil pastels, black paint, and card stock to make rainbow drawing fun.