This week we are studying and learning all about plants and flowers. We have a few science experiments cooking as we speak, so today we did a really fun and simple art project that my kids (and myself!) completely loved!
For this fun Resist Watercolor Painting all you need are a few pieces of cardstock, watercolors, and a white crayon.
If you are like me and have VERY suspect artistic skills you can search on Pinterest for how-to's on drawing flowers. Or you can just draw the same simple flowers you have been drawing since grade school ;) Either way, just take a white crayon and draw flowers on white cardstock. Once you have done that give your kids some watercolor paints and let them have at it!
My kids absolutely loved watching the flowers appear on their papers right before their eyes as they painted away.
These abstract works of art turned out beautiful, and I love hanging them in our family study. The kids were having so much fun I had to join in with them ;)
Have you tried any resist artwork at your place? The possibilities really are endless from tape, to crayons, glue and even stickers! Thanks so much for stopping by today!