Is it still winter where you live? It’s still winter here, but there’s no snow on the ground. So, we thought we’d do this fun snowman art project with construction paper! All you need for this activity is: Construction paper (blue, white, brown, black, orange) Marker Scissors Glue This is a great project for young […]
Cutout Art Projects For Kids
These art lessons combine drawing and cutting. For many of these projects you'll also need construction paper, scissors, and glue. These projects are always fun adventures!
Today we’re learning how to draw a rose (again), but this time we’re cutting them out of construction paper too. We also made the steps for this rose slightly easier, for younger artists. For this art project you’ll need: Marker Construction paper (red, green and yellow) Scissors Glue You could also turn this project into […]
Happy Halloween art friends! It’s here, Halloween is finally here…now let’s go get some candy 🙂 Oh wait, it’s not dark yet. If you need a little activity to hold yourself over until the haunting hour, you’ve come to right place. Today we’re making spider hand cutouts, so grab some orange and black construction paper, […]
One more day until Halloweeeeeeeeen! Today we’re making a cutout, but not just any cutout, it’s a Franken-Brain cutout. You may be asking what is that, well it’s a portrait of Frankenstein but you can lift his hair to reveal his disgusting brain. Siiiiiiick! We thought it was pretty cool 🙂 Our favorite part of […]
We’ve already drawn a 3D pumpkin but today we’re going to show you how to make a 3D pumpkin! Here’s a list of the supplies you’ll need for this activity: Orange construction paper Green construction paper Scissors Tape Stapler
This finger painting a pumpkin activity is super easy, fast, and fun for little kids. I did it with both Hads (4) and Austin (2). While Austin is not old enough to paint a face, he’s still able to have a blast. Hads, on the other hand, is right at the perfect age to work […]
My kids LOVE pop-up books, so making their own pop-up frog was a complete hit!
It’s a 3D Rudolf Cutout! Hads got all giggly when she saw him, so I hope your kids enjoy him too. Materials Scissors Tape or glue Rudolf printout (either print on white or color paper) Rudolf Cutout Step By Step 1. Download and print cutout. You can simply print on white paper and have your […]
Mosaics for kids can be a lot of fun. They’re kind of like creating your own puzzle. If you’re not sure what they are visit some of the reference links below.
Meet Moving Bob! He’s another great way to help your kids draw people and even learn basic (very basic) anatomy.