Use paint and a few other simple supplies to turn an old egg carton in to a beautiful flower garden. […]
Learn how to paint a dandelion that’s going to seed, the easy way! A shower pouf is your secret tool […]
Teach kids about the art technique of Pointillism with this fun, easy bookmark project. Create any design – there is […]
Create a beautiful work of art inspired by Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ using coffee filters and other basic craft materials. It’s […]
Download and print paint-by-number projects. Create a unique painting by choosing a color combination that will make it stand out.
Toddlers love to finger paint and with our edible homemade paints, you won’t have to worry about them sticking their […]
Capture a child’s little handprint forever by making this beautiful canvas to hang on the wall. This makes a great […]
Dr. Seuss Quote Sign “Why Fit In When You Were Born to Stand Out” – perfect for a playroom or […]
Short on time, but want a fun kids art craft to make? No problem! This crayon watercolor resist art is […]
Make some stuffed paper apples using recycled shopping bags and yarn. A fun fall craft to work on basic sewing […]
Make your own toddler painted wooden coat rack. A perfect way to keep organized and showcase your toddler’s art work!
Inspire art in your children. Give them some q-tips and let them give pointillism a try. Or, try to emulate […]
Any toddler can be an artist and create dad a super card to celebrate Father’s Day. A cute way to […]
Transform your child’s mountain of surplus paintings into a beautiful and meaningful Father’s Day gift. Use the provided templates or […]
This is an art project we did to go with the book The Hoppameleon by Paul Garraghty. We loved the […]
Here’s a tutorial on how to create a stunning abstract watercolor. Easy and fun…anyone can do this, a great art […]
Let preschoolers use stencils to make personalized thank you cards. A fun introduction to stenciling and a great way to […]
This project makes for a great introduction to painting. Just simple shapes with a little color mixing. Kids will love […]
Turn paint stirs, markers, and fabric scraps into a day of doll making. Add glitter, sequins and other bits and […]
Blank canvas and paints are all that’s needed to create one-of-a-kind art for your home. Children will love seeing their […]
Teens can go back to school in style by creating cool shirts with their own designs on them! A fun […]
An adorable toddler masterpiece that’s great for gift giving. Makes a treasured keepsake for years to come.
These cute bird feeders made from paint cans are great for adding a pop of color to your outdoor space. […]
Paint markers are perfect for crafting with little hands. Paint flower pots for any occasion and give as gifts! A […]
Silhouettes and sunsets come together in this project. Use construction paper and watercolor paint to put this pretty picture together.
Quick, easy and frugal wall art that even the kids can do! Reuse those old puzzles to make fabulous decorations.
When it’s raining outside, have fun splatter painting with toothbrushes. Toddlers and preschoolers will love the brightly colored umbrellas with […]
With a helping hand to tape down their initials, children can paint beautiful watercolor designs to hang on the wall […]
Paint personalized gifts using non-toxic paint and stickers! Fun gifts for grandparent, teachers, neighbors …and don’t forget to let the […]
Let your little ones finger paint a large piece of foam board – then use their creations to make beautiful […]
Friendly Sesame Street characters and vibrant rainbow colors are painted on these wooden stacking dolls. A fun way to teach […]
To celebrate Scottish Burn’s Night (25th January), we made a splatter paint Haggis with paint and toothbrushes. Kids will have […]
Make a water garden masterpiece likeMonet. Art work made beautiful using tissue paper.
Toddlers and preschoolers will have fun getting their hands messy with this fun painting project. Wave these glittery, red dragon […]
Make your own modern art masterpiece by melting crayons. Then stand back and marvel in the interesting results!
By using painters tape & precut silhouettes even toddlers can create their own nativity scenes.
Simple to make outdoor checker game using baby food jar lids.