November 24, 2019

Watercolor Art Painting Ideas

Today we have five new ideas all about Watercolor Art Painting. The first one is called the Paper Towel Watercolor Painting. The second one is called the Tape Resist Watercolor Painting. The third one is called the Pulled String Art. The fourth one is called the Wax Paper Resist Watercolor Painting. And the last one is a video about Bubble Painting. Enjoy!


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Paper Towel Watercolor Painting
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Paper Towel Watercolor Painting

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I think the idea for this art project arose one day when I had our liquid watercolors out to do another activity. Whenever I pull out liquid watercolors, I always bring out the paper towels as well to quickly mop up any spills. Well, in soaking up a tiny spill I noticed how pretty the liquid watercolor paint looked on the paper towel. So I thought, why not try painting paper towels?

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Tape Resist Watercolor Painting
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Tape Resist Watercolor Painting

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+4

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Tape resist watercolor painting is a very classic art project for young kids. My kids and I recently had the opportunity to create our own tape resist watercolor paintings following a multi-step process I outline below.

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Pulled String Art
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Pulled String Art

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+4

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This Gardening Inspired Sensory Bin is the perfect kids activity for engaging busy little gardeners this summer. Let your kids plant a garden with a little imaginative play.

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Wax Paper Resist Watercolor Painting
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Wax Paper Resist Watercolor Painting

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+4

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Ahhh, there’s something totally magical about snowflakes. It doesn’t matter how you feel about the general cold state of winter- if you slow down to look at an individual snowflake it’s a miraculous little work of art. Today we’re going to use wax paper cut snowflakes to make amazing prints in watercolor- catching all the little details!

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Bubble Painting
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Bubble Painting

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+4

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Here is a video on how to do the bubble painting technique that kids will surely love.

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