10 Bright & Colorful Art Projects for Little Ones
As the winter months approach, I’m always on the hunt for ideas to keep my little one entertained inside. Here are 10 bright and colorful art projects that can help keep those winter blues at bay…
Shaving Cream Bathtub Paint
Add some food coloring to shaving cream and your kids will think bath time is by far the best part of the day. Let them “paint” all over the shower tiles.
Read more about this project at Having Fun at Home
Puff Paint In The Microwave
Make your own colorful puff paint and let your kids watch it rise as you cook it in the microwave!
Read more about this project on One Craft Mumma
Paint Bag Writing
Add some paint to a plastic bag, seal it up and spend the afternoon with your kids drawing designs through the paint. Best part? No mess!
Read more about this project on Let’s Explore
Talk about printmaking as you roll paper towel tubes in color paint and make beautiful prints on paper.
Learn more about this project on Casa Maria’s Creative Learning Zone
Everyone loves bubble wrap! Why not use it in your next art project?
Learn more about this project at Hands On : As We Grow
Ice Cube Painting
Your kids will think painting with ice is the most fun thing ever! As the ice melts it creates watercolor effects on your child’s paper.
Learn more about this project at Share and Remember
Cardboard Tube Painting
This is the perfect project for little hands. All you need are some toilet paper rolls and paint. Super cute!
Learn more about this project at The Imagination Tree
Colored Vinegar & Baking Soda
Entertain your little ones for hours with this bubbly project.
Read more about this project at Preschool Playbook.
Snow Day Painting
Get a few squirt bottles, add some food coloring to water and let your kids loose in the snow. They will have a blast!
Learn more about this project at Really Quite Lucky
Raised Salt Paintings
Create texture when you paint by adding salt and glue. Create all kinds of pretty pictures with your little ones.
Learn more about this project at Housing a Forest