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Four Projects for Kids Art Parties

Four Projects for Kids Art Parties

This year instead of a traditional birthday party for your kids, throw an art party! Let your guests discover their creativity while having fun. Spark the artistic side in children at your party with some of these colorful, funky, and simple art projects. Throwing a memorable party for your child doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. You probably already have some of the materials lying around your house; all you need is paint and brushes. Be the trendsetter in your community and throw a kids painting party you, your child, and their friends will never forget.

Our Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint works best for these projects. In the Apple Barrel line, there is a wide range of bold colors and can be used on multiple surfaces. 

Canvas Group Painting

Divide a drawing into parts and let each child paint a specific section. In the end, you will have a unique décor piece that your child can hang in their room to remind them of their friends.

Painted Mason Jars

Let each child paint a mason jar with bright, bold colors. Use painter’s tape to make designs or use stamps to paint fun shapes on each jar. Use as centerpiece vase, an extra change jar, or a bug catcher. This is a great gift idea that your kids can make for Mother’s Day or Father’s Day.

Rocking Painting

Large, flat river rocks work best for this project. Give each child a couple of rocks to paint and let their imagination take over. Motivate them to write encouraging messages on each rock as a positive reminder each day.

Splattered Paint Socks

This project can get a little messy but it’s fun nonetheless. Smocks are highly suggested and maybe some table cloths too. Buy a large pack of socks and let the kids start slinging some paint.

 Download our gift tag template as an added touch to your art party fun!

Happy Crafting!
Posted: 9/11/2019 9:04:20 AM by Brittni Swanson | with 0 comments

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