Thursday, June 22, 2017

Kid's Summer Art Projects!

Taking a look back on one of my favorite posts for the summer!


Today I am sharing these adorable painting projects that my daughter and I did in the spirit of summer. I tried sticking with the theme and of course used her cute little hands and feet to make the shapes of the projects. 

First I had my daughter make the shape of a sun by painting her hand yellow and pressing it onto the paper and doing that multiple times going in a circle to form the shape of a sun. Be sure to paint the hand with a coat of paint each time before pressing down. Once it is dry paint on a simple smiley face :)

My daughter loved this sun project!

Next I had her make a butterfly by using her feet print for the two wings then we used her thumb print for the center dots of the butterflies body. Once dry paint on a face with a small brush.      

This crab painting was totally easy and so much fun, just paint their hands red then press on the paper and once it is dry paint on the facial features of your choice. 

This caterpillar has to be my absolute favorite! It is the more complicated of these projects but still super easy to do. You want to pain the palm of the hand green and the fingers blue excluding your thumb, press that on the paper making the body. Then paint the palm of the hand red and only two fingers as well and paste on the picture for the head. Once this is try then use their finger print for the yellow part of the eyes and after that dries paint on the nose and black dots in the eyes. 

This lady bug was super easy and fun! Paint the foot red and the heal of the foot black. Press onto the paper and once that is dry add the black dots and face accents. 

If you are looking for some other fun art projects visit these other projects we have done: 4th of July,  Christmas, Valentine's DayEaster, and Thanksgiving.

Thanks for stopping by today,
Happy Crafting!
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Monday, January 30, 2017

Easter Roundup

Anyone gearing up for Easter yet!? I wanted to share with everyone a roundup of all the Easter posts here on Pinkie for Pink. Take a look:

Thanks for stopping by.
I hope you all have a wonderful Easter!

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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Valentine's Day Art Projects for Kid's

Taking a look back on these fun art projects I did with my daughter for Valentine's Day:


We couldn't have a holiday without doing some fun themed art projects with my daughter. She is nearly obsessed with painting now days and does it on a daily basis while my son naps. With Valentine's Day approaching us we had been working on a few fun projects and I wanted to share them with you all.

To start out the above picture is my favorite! 
I first painted the canvas a solid pink and let it dry
Then my daughter went to town using her finger prints for leaves in the shape of a heart
Then I painted a tree trunk once she was all done

This picture was a lot of fun for my daughter to make because she used a circle sponge brush 
for the first time and had a ball with it
I cut out a heart shape on my Silhouette die cut machine and pasted it to the paper using
 temporary scrapbook adhesive
My daughter started with the teal, then did pink then red

The painting process :)

I then gave my daughter some heart cut outs and she used her fingers to paint some fun designs :)

This picture was using the print of her hands, one partially on top of the other 
Then she went back and used finger prints around the heart

She used water colors on the heart cut out above

This was her own idea for a project she said which was all done by her fingers:)

Here is our completed Valentine's mantel with the two pieces added

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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Halloween Fun...

Halloween is just around the corner so I thought I would share one of my favorite Halloween posts from back in the day!

My kids are growing up quickly now and don't let me do these fun projects with them anymore. So enjoy doing these with your little ones while you can!


In the spirit of Halloween my daughter and I spent the other afternoon making a few art projects to add to our art display and today I am sharing the projects with you. 

My favorite are these adorable Ghost feet

It was very simple, just paint their feet white and add the black accents with either a pen or a paint brush.

This adorable little Frankenstein was easy and done by painting the palm of the hand green and the four fingers black then adding the facial accents once dried. 

Here is a candy corn foot print that we did as well which was easily done by painting the three colors on the foot.

And lastly by my daughters request she wanted to make pink and purple witches with her feet! 

Check out our art project from last Halloween as well.

Thanks for stopping by today,

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