All About Paint: An It’s Playtime Art Round-up

It’s another round of It’s Playtime. This week we are doing a round-up of posts relating to paint. There are so many ways your kids can play with and interact with paint! Thanks Adventures at Home for inspiring this post. Last week she had fun marbling paper with shaving cream and dye. The results are stunning!  She gives great tips on how to get the most from your project.   I also loved how she incorporated art into a larger project/activity for her children to enjoy.

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More techniques you can use with paint:
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all about paint
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Ever pin something multiple times?  I have referred to this site for Watercolor Techniques multiple times.

One day we hope to make our own alcohol dyes – love the way Artsyville made swirls with her paint!

Stamping with pencil erasers – this is SO simple!  I love the different ways LilMagoolie has fun with her kids in this project!

Remember last week’s strofoam prints?  Here is another foam art version from The Meta Picture.

Housing a Forest uses a Credit Card to create Art.  I love the idea of scraping our paint.

Another version of relief painting, from Josephine.  Her site is in French, but it is worth the visit to translate it and read her tips .  I can see these becoming terrific cards!

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Thanks again for participating in another round-up of It’s Playtime.  I collect the posts linked up over the months and feature them in themes.  I can’t wait to see what you link up today.  Happy browsing!!  And remember 1) only family friendly posts accepted.  2) By linking up you are giving us permission to grab a photo and feature you, and 3) We will add you to our weekly newsletter.  Thanks to my co-hosts for making this link-up possible each and every week!
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An original "Quirky Momma" blogger and "Mommy" to six kids under six, when Rachel is not wiping crayon off the walls or wading through laundry, she can be found exploring and creating with her kiddos. She hopes to be someone who acts justly, loves kindness and walks humbly before God (Micah 6:8).