Easy summer craft: a Q-tip daisy! A lovely and easy craft for kindergartners and... - http://www.oroscopointernazionaleblog.com/easy-summer-craft-a-q-tip-daisy-a-lovely-and-easy-craft-for-kindergartners-and/
fall tree painted with bundled q-tips - autumn arts & craft projects for kids
Q-Tip Painting: Gotta get this one ready for the next "I'm bored!" It should keep them busy for a while!
Q-Tip Pointillism - I'm thinking a lesson on "Seurat the dot" and then an activity. If it comes out cool... yeah, I'd frame that. painting colour landscape
Kids Art Project: Q-Tip Star Art
Kids Art Project - Q-Tip Star Art: A creative way for kids to paint with a q-tip. This also provides a fun fine motor experience for kids. What a fun way to paint!
try with Q tip art
Painting Rainbow With Q-tips
preschool rainbow crafts - Google Search
Easy 1 hour class project- * - Sheets of black 8 1/2 x 11 construction paper * - Assortment of tempera paints * - Dixie cups (about 6-8 per group) * - Q-Tips (about 6-8 per group)
Pointillism Art for Kids with Q-tips and Watercolors - Worth Repeating!
Pointillism art with Q-tips is one of our standby, super-easy-yet-interesting activities and watercolors work great for it!
Cotton Bud or Q-Tip Painting inspired by The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds
Q-Tip Painting for Kids Using Watercolors
Process Art for Toddlers: Painting with Q-tips and Watercolor Paint - Fine Motor for Toddlers ~ BuggyandBuddy.com
Q-tip Painted Snowflake Crafts
Q-tip painted snowflakes. Fun winter craft for preschool.
Q-Tip® Pointillism: lightly sketch your design on durable paper. Use q-tips, dipped in acrylic paint in your desired color, to make dots. Paint in your design using the dots. End Result: cool pointillism painting done by you!
Draw a simple outline of a turtle. Let the child decorate this turtle using Q-tip and paint. Dip the Q-tip in colored paint and stamp the paint on the paper. Be careful not to dip with too much paint or stamp too close between each painted dot.
Foil Pendant Craft for Kids
Here’s a craft project for the big kids – creating shiny, embossed foil pendants with a few simple materials. Making these requires a gentle touch, but they are simple and addicting to make. My girls and I made piles of... Continue Reading →