I used to paint for hours when I was a child. Watercolor was my favorite and I got pretty good! It is a great way to release stress, promote concentration, and develop planning skills. That’s why I’m featuring 10 unique painting activities to try with your children. Make sure you get out the camera because you’ll want to save everyone of their creations.
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Decorating with Paint!
Just like decorating a cake, try painting with a decorating bag!
Yarn Made Paint Flowers
Use this yarn painting technique to create a bouquet of flowers!
Painting Coffee Filter Roses
These are beautiful and would be a fun decoration for a party!
Homemade Scented Paint!
I love this idea! You can paint flowers that really smell sweet!
The lines this creates could be combined with normal painting for an amazing result.
13 More Ways to Paint with Kids!
I love all of these especially the water painting!
What kind of painting do you like to do with your kids?
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Alice @ Mums Make Lists says
Thanks so much for the party Janine – love all the painting ideas
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Thank you for the fun painting ideas! I’ll have to try the train painting soon with my daughter. I think she’ll really like that. Great to join you again this week, Janine. Thanks for hosting.
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Kimberly Lewis says
Love your party! Thanks for hosting. Please stop by our party. We would love to have one of your amazing creations at our party. http://loulougirls.blogspot.com/
Happy Tuesday! Lou Lou Girls
Thanks so much for hosting and for featuring our train paintings this week!
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Debbie @ http://kidsbibledebjackson.blogspot.com/ says
Thanks so much for hosting!
Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom says
So many clever painting ideas. My daughter loves scented markers, so she would get a kick out of the scented paint.
Thanks for sharing.
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Ann @ My Nearest and Dearest says
Thanks for including our favorite ways to play and create with paint. 🙂
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What fun and new ways to use paint. I am super boring when it comes to crafts and never think outside the box. This is great inspiration. Thank you. Coming from Shine blog hop xo
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