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LITTLE ABSTRACT ART KIT | Turn those brave baby steps into a lasting memento with fine artist Jeremy Brown's bold take on art making at its most primal stage. | UncommonGoods
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LITTLE ABSTRACT ART KIT | Turn those brave baby steps into a lasting memento with fine artist Jeremy Brown's bold take on art making at its most primal stage. | UncommonGoods

LITTLE ABSTRACT ART KIT | Turn those brave baby steps into a lasting memento with fine artist Jeremy Brown's bold take on art making at its most primal stage. | UncommonGoods

Little Abstract Art Kit | Turn those brave baby steps into a lasting memento with fine artist Jeremy Brown's bold take on art making at its most primal stage.

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27 Ideas For Kids Artwork You Might Actually Want To Hang
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fingerpainted silhouettes
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cute fingerpainting craft for kids :)

Awesome use of fingerpaintings!

make using small girls many, many water color paintings!

Hmm, I think I saved some of the boys finger paintings - I could cut out some cool shapes and frame.

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Toddler scribble art
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This is a fantastic Mothers Day present for my sisters! I love the toddlers doodles!

Could use thread or fibers on fabric instead of crayon. Then cut out petals and make art quilt

Paint or draw a design, let dry, get painters tape, paint entire canvas, remove tape to reveal a cool design!

Make their own paper, cut into shapes to create design

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How to display kids' artwork.

5 Pretty Ways to Display Kids Art

Toddler Art Display (gift for parents)

would be cute in the future playroom!

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#Paper #Art
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ART Activity ] after they dry, display them as a collage on brown craft paper. You can even frame them for fun room art.

I would have the kids mount their mini works together, probably on black paper.

Crumpled Paper Art Activity for Kids. Ages Watch an activity before getting involved, Display interest in the artwork of others.

Crumpled Paper Art Great idea for textured journal pages - use watercolor paper.

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What's Just One More?: What to do with a Wonderful One Year Old (Finger painting... again.)
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Childrens name I set you apart scripture call out of this world

Tape off letters/shapes and let kids fingerpaint over it! When it's dry, peel the tape off.

Before I share a wicked cute series of finger painting photos, let me first tell you I fail more often than I succeed. My initial attempt .

What two year old doesn't love finger paint?

What's Just One More?: What to do with a Wonderful One Year Old (Finger painting... again.)

What's Just One More?: What to do with a Wonderful One Year Old (Finger painting... again.)

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kids do scribble art one month and use punches to cut out different shapes. They could then make collage with their pieces the next month

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Write Secret Messages

I do this every year writing the New Year. When the kids paint the paper, surprise = Water color + white crayon = fun! Write secret notes to your kids.

Painted Salt Sculptures - a NEW recipe and activity from Fun at Home with Kids - fun for all ages from toddler on up!

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Kid's Artwork Silhouette Decoration...gorgeous Father's Day gift kids can make!

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melted crayons in rainbow order Kids' Artwork Silhouette Decoration: Love this idea. Turn a kid's finger painting or scribbling into a silhouette!

Preschool Crafts for Kids  25 Easy Art Techniques for Toddlers and Preschoolers: super-creative, really cool ways to create art. These would actually be a hit with all ages, but they ARE easy enough for little ones to handle. I actually love doing many of them myself. - Happy Hooligans

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