CRAYON RESIST ART What You Need: •Crayons •Paper •Black tempera paint (watered down) •Paint brush What You Do: 1.Draw a design or picture with crayons. Light colors work the best. 2.Make sure to press hard with the crayons so they show up under the paint. 3.When you finish your drawing, lightly brush black paint over the picture. 4.The areas of crayon will resist the black paint.
Art & Science for Kids: Watercolors & Oil - Adding a little oil to a watercolor painting is an easy art project for kids and way to sneak in a little science. Watching the oil drops move around on the surface of the paintings is a captivating activity in and of itself and the oil really intensifies the color of dried watercolors.
You begin with a very abstract watercolor and after it has dried you go back with India ink and a bamboo skewer and create flowers out of the watercolor splots (sorry, couldn't think of a better word.) Do on glass