Folk Art for kids makes perfect sense as the very definition is about untrained artists. The more “child like” your art is, the more folksy it is.
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2. Add details with crayons: stripes on legs, spots, whiskers, colored eyes and stars in the background. Last detail? Draw white claws with a white crayon.
3. Paint the cat and background as desired with watercolor paint. Be sure to go over the crayon, and not just around it.
Here’s another color option, with a brightly colored frame.
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