There are so many great tools your kids can use for creative art projects. Here’s a list of twenty five tools that will create some fantastic works of art!
Creative Art Projects for Kids
This roundup is part of our Summer Learning Series for creating art projects with tools. If you are new to that term summer learning series, let me explain what that means. I have a background in education and I’ve created a group of posts with topics that are meant to encourage learning while having fun and playing to get you through the summer. But really they are fun to do any time of the year.
Your kids probably have used paintbrushes, markers, stamps or stencils and we all know those are great! Sometimes it’s fun to mix it up and use materials you wouldn’t ever think of for an art project.
This is just a small sampling of the not-so-typical tools to use. I’m sure you can find something fun right in your own home. Be creative and have fun!
25 Tools for Creative Art Projects
- Toilet Paper Roll Prints from Getting Messy With Ms. Jessi
- Shaving Cream Marbling from Artful Parent
- DIY Paintbrushes from Parenting Chaos.
- Natural Paintbrushes from Learn Create Love.
- Catapult Painting from Fun-A-Day.
- Celery Flower Stamping from Crafty Morning.
- Car Painting from Fantastic Fun and Learning
- Feather Painting from Mess For Less.
- Compass Painting from Housing A Forest.
- Throwing Ribbon Painting from Hands On As We Grow.
- Fork Sunflower from Crafty Morning.
- Dish Brush Dandelions from Crafty Morning.
- Toilet Paper Roll Snake from Cheap Crafty Mama.
- Coffee Filter and Marker Monsters from Housing A Forest.
- Cardboard and Brad Robot from Pinterest
- Melted Marshmallow Paint from 123 Home
- Bubble Art from Broogly.
- Mud Paint from Learn Play Imagine.
- Soap Foam Painting from Fireflies and Mud Pies.
- Popsicle Sticks and Watercolor Sculpture from Childhood 101.
- Foil, Glue, and Shoe Polish Canvas from Make It A Wonderful Life.
- Wooden Block Prints from Pop Sugar.
- Pouf Apple Tree from Crafty Morning.
- Sand Paint from Learn Play Imagine.
- Painting with Legos from Domestic Mommyhood.
- Art is fun, but it’s also messy. Don’t forget the smock!
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