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WOW!  Do I LOVE this... would have loved to have it one project ago (saving it for next time!) --- Great art lesson on watercolor and collage

Multimedia Collages from Georgia

I'm not even sure what made me think about trying this. Maia and I had just finished a nature walk and she had a basket full of leaves, pinecones, and acorns. I wanted to do a fun art project with her booty and for some reason remembered the watercolor saran wrap project we did last... Read More »

Watercolor Plastic Wrap Technique

Liberally apply watercolour and place leaves (pressed and dried) or other flat wrinkly things on the watercolours. Let dry over a few hours - this will allow the pigment to settle mostly into the raised areas and create beautiful prints!

Watercolor Stickers and Ribbons

Watercolor Stickers and Ribbons

If you love using watercolors in your projects, try these Watercolor Stickers and Ribbons. You can use watercolor tape to make stickers, ribbons, and so much more. Watercolor tape is specially made to not break when it gets wet.

DIY watercolor fabric.  Add water to fabric paint.  Lay out a white piece of cloth on the grass outside, and let your child paint!  Then use the cloth to make clothes, totes, anything!

Watercolor on Fabric

The Girl Creative: Watercolor on Fabric- water down fabric paint and let kids paint on white fabric

Beautiful spin art with watercolors! (Includes lots of tips and ways to create even if you don't own a spin art machine!)~ Housing a Forest

Watercolor Spin Art

kids art activity: Beautiful spin art with watercolors! (Includes lots of tips and ways to create even if you don't own a spin art machine!)~ Housing a Forest

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