I love to decorate with kid art.
I know all parents say this, but I truly think my girls’ artwork is the best in the world. And, while best could be disputed, what can’t be disputed is that their art is more special to me than any other artwork I could hang on my wall.
If you’re anything like me (and I bet you are), you’re always looking for ways to inspire your kids to create.
All of these winter art projects would look great hanging on the wall. And, better yet, they’d all be tons of fun to create.
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All of these projects are perfect for winter. They feature snow, ice, and all the colors you associate with winter. You’ll find projects perfect for every level, some are more process art and others are more detailed.
No matter which of these winter art projects you choose, they’re all fun to do and you’ll get a beautiful result.
Use a water color and oil pastel resist method to make stunning snowflakes like these at Arty Crafty Kids.
Or, use a similar method to make this colorful and fun Snowflake Painting at Art Projects for Kids.
This Snowflake Blotto Art project from Fantastic Fun and Learning uses a fun method to make their snowflakes.
Create a winter scene
Get out the glitter for this fun projects. Go to I Heart Crafty Things to find out how to make a Swirly Glue and Glittery Snowman.
Have you ever worked with bleeding tissue paper? It’s fun art method that can help you make some beautiful winter art like these Bleeding Tissue Paper Snowflakes from The Pinterested Parent.
Explore texture and the colors of winter
Try some new methods of resist art. To Be A Kid Again shares four different resist methods that make great winter art.
Make some sparkly art like this Mixed Media Winter Art Project from Stay At Home Educator.
Nighttime in the winter can be so beautiful. Buggy and Buddy shows you how to capture that beauty with this Starry Night Sky art project.
Try a unique process to create awesome art
Try your hand at painting with frozen paint. Teaching 2’s and 3’s shows you how to make these Frozen Sparkly Watercolors that would be so much fun to create with.
Have you ever tried to catch a snowflake in your hand? Capture the moment with this fun Mitten Art project at Teaching Fourth.
Make a sculpture. To Be A Kid Again used clay and sticks to create a beautiful Snowy Scene.
Which of these winter art projects do you want to create today?
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