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Create GIANT Kid Size Spirograph Drawings by hellowonderful: Awesome, creative and fun art project for kids! Wouldn't this make fun collaborative art too? #Kids #Art #Giant_Spirograph

Create GIANT Kid Size Spirograph Drawings by hellowonderful: Awesome, creative and fun art project for kids! Wouldn't this make fun collaborative art too?

Crazy portrait.

Draw bald head/face w Sharpie. The paint along the top of the head w watercolor paint. Then using a straw, blow the water/paint away from the face.

Heather Hansen's "extraordinary project called Emptying Gestures" in which "she experimented with kinetic drawing. It’s a technique where the artist uses her own body to illustrate action on a two-dimensional surface rather than using paintbrushes. Her goal was to download her movement directly onto paper, emptying gestures from one to another by creating something incredible in the process."

Markmaking: Heather Hansen's "extraordinary project called Emptying Gestures" in which "she experimented with kinetic drawing.

Tired of blowing bubbles? Here’s how to paint with bubbles - a fun, easy activity that kids AND moms love! It’s quick and easy to make and there’s plenty of room for imagination as kids make creative pictures.

How to Paint with Bubbles - The Creative Bubble Activity for Kids

Tired of blowing bubbles? Here’s how to paint with bubbles - a fun, easy activity that kids AND moms love! It’s quick and easy to make and there’s plenty of room for imagination as kids make creative pictures.

OTHER IDEAS: Paint bubble wrap, then place sheet of paper over it, using a brayer to transfer design (monoprinting). Or use a rolling pin: wrap it up, securing with tape; paint the bubble wrap; roll roller on paper.

Bubble Wrap Stomp Painting

A fun toilet paper roll art activity for kids. Use felt tip pens, duct tape and a cardboard tube to create an experimental 'scribbler'.

Toilet Roll Scribblers

Children will strengthen their ulnar grasp by using it to hold the pack of markers to draw with. A fun toilet paper roll art activity for kids. Use felt tip pens, duct tape and a cardboard tube to create an experimental 'scribbler'.

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