A Valentine art project for toddlers includes three methods of painting! Pick one, or do all three with your toddler!
I love it when the kids make something to decorate our windows, and a Valentine window just had to be done!
After a round of cookie cutter painting, George was still going strong and was in the mood to paint, so we moved onto sponge art for Valentine’s Day!
A Valentine’s Day art project that kids and even toddlers can do on their own! Upcycle a toilet paper towel tube to make an abstract heart art project!
Be sure to be inspired by all our Valentine’s Day projects we’ve been doing!
I have a thing for using tape in activities, and tape resist art is a fun way to be creative with it!
After voting in the White Cloud Tissue Box Designs [through their Voting App] for the Children’s Miracle Network, I was so inspired to make our own tissue box designs!
Sidewalk chalk has never really been a hit here before.
There’s something so prestigious about art on a piece of canvas.
I think it really makes the kids think they’re making something really special. Last year they made a piece of art on canvas with the frozen paints
Have you used starch in your crafts with the kids?
After this flower craft, I’m so excited to find new ways to use it.
I got inspired to make these starched coffee filter flowers from Ms. Motta’s Mixed Media’s Chulily-inspired artwork.
The boys [okay mainly Henry] and I received this rad [had to break that out] Tulip Tie Dye Kit in the mail and got to do some tie dying! Totally!