Snowflake painting is one seriously simple project! This snowflake painting project is perfect for young children– and it’s not super messy either!
Whether it’s watercolor, painting wood signs, or painting pictures… Painting is relaxing and a very accessible creative outlet. I have found that kids and adults alike often benefit from enjoying painting together!
Simple Snowflake Painting Stamps
This snowflake painting project is especially wonderful for older toddlers and preschool age kids because it’s basically a homemade STAMP!
Don’t envision something complicated– these snowflake painting stamps are soooo easy!
Grab some pipe cleaner, your paint & paper of choice and BAM that’s everything you need.
Use one pipe cleaner as the stem. Leave it long and use it as the handle..
Next, cut a few smaller pieces. Use these as the little branches of the snowflake by twisting them to the handle.
You can use as many pipe cleaners as you’d like to make the snowflake simple or more complex!
Then squirt or pour the paint colors of choice onto a paper plate. This makes it easy to dip the snowflake stamp into the paint.
Once the pipe cleaner snowflake has paint on it, stamp it onto the paper! I like this, not only because it is simple, but because children can use their creativity to make their art their own.
More Fun Ideas For Snowflake Painting
– Use multiple sizes of snowflakes to make an abstract snowflake art piece.
– Create a snow covered tree scene with colored pencils or markers and add snowflakes on top.
– Put snowflakes on a piece of paper, then cut around them, add a string and make an ornament.
– Do the same as above but create a garland from it.
– Use these snowflakes as gift tags.
– Cut out the painted snowflakes and tape to the window.
However you use these snowflake stamps, they will be fun and create beautiful art made by your kids!
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