What a superb technique to make these beautiful patterns using a wooden block and string dipped in paint! Love the effect it gives in the end results! Try it!
Thankyou to one of our Mommy followers who sent us this gorgeous piece of artwork done by her daughter inspired by one of Kiddiegram’s earlier posts! This method of sticking crayons on a canvas and using a hairdryer to melt them is not only super fun but leaves you with magnificent results! Well done!
My 2 year old insisted on trying out the “little lamb” craft post from a few days ago! This is the best we could do! We had a lot of fun though! Try it!
If you’re upto it these DIY party streamers are a great way to impress your guests! Make it into a crafts activity for the kids!
This little lamb with fleece as white as snow would be an adorable summer holiday art activity for the little ones! All you need is a paper plate, some cotton balls and paper! Can’t wait to try it with my toddler!
Tried out the circle painting technique with my toddler! She enjoyed it immensely! She’s learnt all about shapes and she tried hard to stay inside the circle while she painted! She also took great pride in deciding which colours to use for each circle!
A handmade Mothers Day Card from my kids would get us choked up no matter what! But this ones got us going “Aww”! It’s almost Mothers Day mommies!
How about this arts and crafts technique? Dilute paint with water and use spray bottles and a stencil to create a gorgeous masterpiece! Just too good!
Another great example of footprint art! Making construction trucks from footprints! So creative! Love it!
Sorry Mums but we love new, innovative and not to mention messy painting ideas. This one we came across really caught our attention! Ice cube painting! Add coloured water to an ice tray and freeze with toothpicks! Let the kids go wild while the ice cubes last! See what they come up with!
Alphabet Art! Great to teach the little ones the alphabets while getting creative! The A made into an apple, the V vase, the H house and the O owl! So creative! What else can you come up with?
Encourage your kids to make their own cards for special occasions. It gives them an important task to do and helps build creativity skills! Give them recyclable objects to use! For example these old buttons! Cool idea!