This is a great activity and opportunity to bond over quite creativity with your little ones. The idea is that you each start with a piece of paper (I used good quality cartridge paper so it didn't get all soggy). Each person makes some marks or drawings on the paper and then passes it onto the next person for them to add their marks.
We used a variety of painting and drawings mediums including wax crayons, water colour paints, paint sticks, paint markers and felt-tip pens. You could use what ever you have to hand!
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I'm so in love with the results of our drawings that I now have some framed on our kitchen wall.
- Water colour paper or thick cartridge paper
- Water colour paints
- Wax crayons or oil pastels
- Marker pens
- Coloured pencils
I'm super excited to announce that MINI MAD THINGS is now stocking a range of eco-friendly children's art supplies alongside our fun craft kits!
We have natural water colour paints presented in a metal case, colourful bees wax crayons in a beautiful wooden case, recycled newspaper colouring pencils, natural plant-based paint pigment powders and lots more.