Kids Art Exchange

The Kids Art Exchange is a way for your child to send art to another child and also to receive some back, all in snail mail! You can sign up to start the Kids Art Exchange and once you do, be sure to upload your kids art to the gallery here!

smashed flowers

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How Sydney made this art: Watercolor pencils brushed with water for background on card. Pressed flowers Mod Podged to card. Then tissue paper Mod Podged over top. ...

Purple, please.

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How Alana made this art: Alana painted in her favorite color..purple. She used craft paint & glitter on an 8" x 10" stretched canvas. ...

Sun Swirls

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How Sydney made this art: Ink and marker on envelope. This is the envelope for her art to be mailed in! She used mandala and Zentangle techniques she's learned from YouTube an other tutorials. ...

Pour painted rocks

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How Grace made this art: First, we found several large rocks in the empty lots near our house. In small cups, we mixed a little water and glue with Colorations fluorescent activity paint. Then we took a tray outside and poured the cups of paint one by one onto our rocks. We stored our wet rocks on a tray in a spare closet so they could dry undisturbed. It took several days for ...

Turbo the turtle

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How Victor made this art: We like to sing songs and make different kind of artworks depending on content. That was "Rain song" - Rain, rain, go away, come again another day! Turbo my turtle wants to play. Rain, rain go away! ...

Pets Are Fun

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How Nasya Sosa made this art: Construction paper art. Think of the picture and then cut away instead of draw. ...

Fun In The Night

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How Nasya Sosa made this art: Yeah! Construction paper. All pieces are construction paper. Your child can think of the picture he/she wants to make then instead of drawing...cut away. My daughter used a hole-punch for the stars in this picture. ...