Tag Archives: liquid watercolours

Blowing watercolours!

Super simple idea but always lots of fun and it always creates unique pieces of art! Need: Watercolour paper, paint (we used liquid watercolours, but you could use block water colours watered down or watered down normal paint), paint brush … Continue reading

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Rainy day art!

Are you enjoying the April showers?!!!!   Here are some rainy day picture we made inspired by the blogger Shelly on “Creating creatives”. Need: watercolour paper, scrap paper, black paper or card, masking tape, liquidy paint (we used liquid watercolours, … Continue reading

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Exploring with watercolours!

We have been exploring with some different effects with watercolour paint. We have loved the process and been amazed by the result! With all three of these technique’s we start in the same way with watercolour paper on a tray … Continue reading

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Easy Christmas card ideas!

Here are some super simple Christmas card ideas: When I make cards with children I generally use a prepared blank card. However I folded piece of card works well and sometimes better becauce it is bigger and can be cheaper! … Continue reading

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“I’m forever blowing bubbles” artwork!

I love a spontaneous idea…… I love doing process art with children, I love it when we build up a piece of art with different media. This is a really simple example of this! Need: Watercolour paper, liquid watercolours (though you … Continue reading

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Simple spring flower artwork!

Need: Paint, salt, paper, black pen, scissors and glue. The children first painted the background, we used liquid watercolours but any paint will look wonderful. We sprinkled salt onto the wet paint. While the paint was drying the children drew … Continue reading

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Festive watercolour kitchen towel art!

We love using our liquid water colours on kitchen towel, every time we do it we created a unique piece of art! Need: Kitchen towel, tray (advisable to contain mess), pipet (or brush), liquid watercolours or food colouring. Place a piece of … Continue reading

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