Tag: children’s artwork

Thrifty Thursday: Painting with Tissue Paper

Today’s Thrifty Thursday craft project is not only easy and fun, it’s also super-duper colorful. Who couldn’t use a little extra color in their lives during these bleak winter months? Maybe this was my way of summoning spring. I don’t know about you, but I’m certainly ready for it. Here’s what you’ll need to create your own tissue

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Create it Saturday: Watercolor Wonder

Today’s Create it Saturday project is like an art project and science project all in one! The best part? It’s easy-peasey and fun for the kiddos. What you will need: watercolor paints paintbrush paper salt   Have your little one cover their paper with the watercolors. Next, sprinkle salt over the wet paint. (Hint: the “magic”

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Kids Create: Paint Swatch Mosaic

  I was recently in Home Depot with my two year old daughter (she looooves Home Depot just like her daddy!), determined to pick a new paint color for my living room, and while looking through the paint swatches an idea came to me. All these fun colors – there just has to be a fun

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Wisdom Wednesday

Displaying Children’s Artwork: It’s more important than you might think! Like many other 3 year olds, Nate constantly gives me his artwork. He’s still not quite intentionally choosing what he wants to draw (i.e., he’s still pretty much in the “scribbling stage” and not quite in the “pre-schematic stage”, which children typically enter around this

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