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11 Fun Watercolor Projects for Kids

by Jean Van't Hul
Today I'm looking back at the watercolor projects we've done over the past couple of years. So many! Besides just plain painting, that is, which we've also done plenty of. Watercolors are easily one of my top favorite art materials for little kids! We use liquid watercolorsand watercolors in tubes, ...
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