Watercolor. It’s perhaps the very first painting medium that we are introduced to as kids, but I’ve discovered that no matter your age or skill level, watercolor is a fun way to play with color.
Spring is right around the corner and I am so excited to share with you some simple DIY crafts you can make at home with items you probably already have! The items I used in my crafts are sustainable materials, which of course are perfect for celebrating Earth Day and Spring! My family and I love spending time outdoors during this time of the year, especially when mother nature gives us more sun. I hope you enjoy these fun activities to do with your children using some fun OOLY products.
Temporary tattoos are a classic and creative way for kids and to express themselves. Although they are most often associated with decorating the skin, temporary tattoos also make excellent options for decorating, craft projects and more!
Nature has always been my favorite canvas. I live in Southern California, and although there’s not an abundance of leaves to paint there are still options that don’t include palm fronds. If you live where there are no leaves, or they are currently covered in snow, keep in mind that you can use all of the following techniques on leaves that you cut out of paper!
Welcome summer by crafting this bright colorful chameleon craft!