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A Sharpie and alcohol art project on canvas with incredible results!

Sharpie and rubbing alcohol art project on canvas with incredible results! Fun project for the kids.

Emily: I created this with teal, navy, lime green, yellow, and orange acrylic paint colors and used spray paint instead of acrylic paint for the white. The tape takes FOREVER to put on! haha

DIY Paint Project - Weekend Home Decor Ideas

DIY herringbone art - teal, navy, lime green, yellow, and orange acrylic paint colors and spray paint instead of acrylic paint for white

Totally going to have the kids do this, but i think i will paint the canvas first so its not white letters?

Totally going to have the kids do this, but i think i will paint the canvas first so its not white letters? Totally going to have the kids do this,…

An LGBTQ one would be cute

Easy String Art for Homes

CD Art

DIY Wall Decoration with CD-paint a solid color and then use scratch art tools to expose the prismatic silver underneath.

Cute DIY Paint Chip Calendar Idea | Things You Can Make Using Paint Chips & Cool Craft Project Ideas For Teens By DIY Ready. http://diyready.com/fun-creative-diy-paint-chip-calendar/#

How to Make a DIY Paint Chip Calendar

Paint chip crafts are fun and cheap. Keep track of your hectic schedule with this reusable dry-erase DIY paint chip calendar. It's an easy DIY project!

Here's a drawing project that could be great for relaxation and expression, especially for teens!

Totally Easy Zentangle

Cool and and super-easy zentangle drawing project. Would be a great end of school art project.

I'd love to do this with our home states and then where we met state. Would be super cute!

DIY Tutorial: DIY Collage / DIY Favorite Map Panel - Bead&Cord I like the idea but would do something other than the shape of a state. maybe the silhouette of a landmark like the eiffel tower

Easy DIY art project to do in the summer!!!

25 Beautiful Colorful Watercolor paintings

Another crayon art design on canvas Colorful tree! Use crayons and hair drier to melt the crayons and make them splatter to make the leaves! Use one crayon at a time and hold them over the canvas.