15 fun painting ideas that will you enjoy doing with your kids!
1. Soap bubbles
Let paint bubbles burst on a sheet of paper, they will leave their colored mark. A painting technique that children will love!
2. Cardboard roll
Fireworks painted with rolls of toilet paper. Very easy for little fingers.
A pretty painting made with slightly inflated balloons that were soaked in paint.
4. Masking tape
A painting realized with very colorful geometric shapes produced using the masking tape technique.
5. Cotton swab
A fun way to paint with cotton swabs.
6. Cork stopper
Pretty ladybugs made with a cork. You can use this technique to stamp appetizing cherries, pretty flowers, a bunch of grapes ...
Sprinkle powder paint over a sheet of cardboard paper, then sprinkle it gently with water. Let it air dry and admire the masterpiece.
8. Fruits and vegetables
Here is a nice idea for a painting that easy to make using half a lemon, apple, orange ...
9. Plastic bottle
Pretty flowers stamped with the bottom of a plastic bottle dipped in paint.
10. Painting with fingers
This version of the Christmas tree was made with finger paint. This is a project that children will love: the handprints will represent the branches of the tree and the fingertips will represent the ornaments hanging on the tree.
11. Roll of aluminum foil
An empty roll of aluminum foil wrapped in plastic film with a maximum of folds, rolled several times on a sheet of paper on which you would have poured paints of colors of your choice, and here is a stunning painting produced in a short time.
To paint these funny little flowers, you just need a fork and some paint.
13. Shaving foam
This foam paint allows you to make 3D drawings that keep their volume and texture even after drying. Kids will love it!
14. Autumn leaves
With fallen tree leaves in autumn, you can make multiple imprints and have fun with different colors.
A simple technique, economical and above all that will appeal to children!
Which one is your favourite?
Source: Guide Astuces · Photo Credit: Guide Astuces