Playdough toys, cookie cutter moulds, blocks all can be used as templates to create beautiful shapes.
10. Sugar Crystal Painting
Mix 2 parts of sugar in 1 part of water. Apply it on the paper. Start adding some color.
The color will start mixing with dissolved sugar water solution leaving the crystals giving a raised appearance. Looks like beads.
Watch the video tutorial
11. Tissue Paper Canvas Painting
This beautiful art is created by tissue papers that bleed color on adding water.
Remember all tissue papers don’t bleed. Kitchen towels work well for this art.
Watch the video for the procedure.
12. Cut out Heart Art
Cut a heart shape. Allow your child to paint it red.
Works great for little hands.
13. Cotton bud Rainbow Painting
Take cotton buds. Roll them into small ball. Add color, start dabbing one by one.
14. Ear bud Painting
This beautiful painting is made by clubbing 4-5 earbuds together.
Picture credits- Dipika Rateria Bajaj
15. Foil Paper Stamp Painting
Crumple the foil paper. Add some paint and dab it on to the paper.
Be prepared for some crunching sound. Eww!
16. Magic Art
Take a plain white paper, draw something with white crayon which obviously won’t be visible on a white paper.
Let your baby paint and see the magic!
17. Balloon Art
Balloons are all time favourite for kids. How about an art with the balloons?
Blow a balloon, add some color and have a good time!
18. Roller Painting
19. Sponge prints
Excellent tool to encourage learning of shapes in a colorful way for toddlers .
20. Comb painting
Have an old comb at home? Create a cool pattern with the comb.
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