Kids Art: Watercolor Winter Trees
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You have really great projects, thank you! I also appreciate you sharing the ups and downs of each project. What combination of tape and paper ended up worked best?
I am thinking of doing this same project but making clouds in the sky. very inspiring.
Thank you so much, Kelly! We’ve done this project (in different variations) a few times now, and I’ve had the best results with classic tan masking tape on smooth bristol board. The tan tape seems to resist the paint the best without tearing up the paper when you peel it off in the end. 🙂
Mindful walking with my dogs says
Loved this post and the finished masterpiece. I am going to use this idea for my adult art group as I know they’ll enjoy it. Thank you.
This just saved me! I’m teaching seasonal landscape class right now and needed an idea for winter. Amazing idea! Thank you, I’m so excited to try it.
Spring Meadows says
This turned out great! I think it’s helpful when you share your failures and successes…we learn and our result evolves 🙂