Have you got any old CD’s lying around? Kids can have loads of fun with old CDs making COLOURFUL CD SCRATCH ART. It’s a fabulous recycled and process art opportunity. These look great hanging as a mobile or why not varnish them for drink coasters?
It’s never too early to start introducing creative activities to children. Here are 12 fun process art painting activities for babies and toddlers that will allow them to interact with paint in a multitude of different ways. Some of these activities are super messy fun, stimulating all of the senses and some are mess free for those times when you need it clean and easy! Each will allow your baby or toddler to explore, experiment and create in their own unique way. Enjoy.
How much fun does “Art You Can Eat” sound? Your kids are going to be so excited to see what we’ve been up to this week! Think vibrant colours, think tasty sweet treats, think rainbows! Come and check out our newest EDIBLE PAINT RECIPE and get the kids busy creating their own RAINBOW BREAD MASTERPIECES.
Are you looking for something a bit special and unusual to do with the kids for Valentine’s Day? We’ve got a super sweet painting activity the kids are going to LOVE. It’s glossy, it’s colourful, it’s full of hearts and it’s finger licking good fun! Come and check out our Wax Resist Sugar Wash Painting.
Are you looking for a new way for the kids to paint? Pipette Drip Painting is such a fun alternative to painting with brushes. It’ s super quick and easy to set up, is open ended and allows kids to develop fine motor skills, and explore colour mixing and pattern making. We’ve been using the technique to make gorgeous hearts, perfect for Valentine’s Day.
Have you ever tried painting with sugar before? The results sure are sweet! Our WINTER SUGAR PAINTING activity is perfect for frosty snowflake and snowman painting. The sugar paint has a glossy, sparkly, icy appearance kids will love using in their Winter art.
Do you want to build a snowman? Our MELTING SNOWMAN BLOW PAINTING ACTIVITY lets kids enjoy the thrills of snowman building and melting even when there isn’t any real snow!
As a kids craft blogger one of the questions I often get asked is how on earth do I organize the kids art supplies in a manageable way? This can be a really tricky task; the children often have so many different bits and pieces and space is often limited! Today I’m sharing my top tips to keep all those varied art supplies organized, accessible and inviting so you can easily enjoy creative time every day.