Diy shirt painting ideas
This adorable craft from Heart of Deborah draws inspiration from the classic children’s book, “Blueberries for Sal.” Kids get practice with cutting and gluing as well as painting as they add watercolor blueberries to an aluminum foil pail background.
Thumbprint Flower Mason Jar
Grownups may desire to paint and distress the mason jar in this project from Mason Jar Crafts themselves, but after that you can get the kids in on the enjoyment by using their thumbs to paint a simple sunflower!
Painting with Feet
Young children will love the tactile sensation of painting with feet! This painting thought from Homegrown Friends is outrageously enjoyment for little ones, and you can use the final results as wrapping paper for gifts.
Kids’ Art Coasters
There’s only so much space to hang artwork on a fridge, so we love the longevity of these coasters using kids art from Mod Podge Rocks Blog. Not only can they make the artwork, but they can use the decoupage glue to craft the coasters.
Galaxy Painted Rocks
Once your kids are comfortable painting rocks, you can take it to the next level (or should we tell universe?) with these galaxy painted rocks from Color Made Happy. A circular foam brush is the trick to creating a galaxy background, and it’s easier than it looks!
Spreading kindness via painted rocks is a growing trend.
So why not introduce your children to this initiative through this folk-art inspired garden rock craft from The Craft Train? They can leave their works of art for others to discover or store them in their own felt drawstring bag for later play.
Garden Wind Chimes
Music and art meet with these supremely giftable garden wind chimes from Sugar, Spice and Glitter. Not only do your little ones get to make chimes with string beads and leather, but they get to explore a new painting technique called pour painting. What kid doesn’t love to squeeze a whole tube of paint?