A Valentine’s Day art for kids project can be a good time to try a new process. This colorful art comes from using crayons, rubber cement and watercolor paint.
It’s a great way to show kids how amazing their art can be if they just focus on adding lots of layered color, both when coloring with crayons and then when painting as well. The rubber cement will resist the paint in large strokes, and allow for a quick and easy two toned look.
- Six Hearts PDF Template
- Watercolor paper, cut to 8.5″ x 11″*
- Rubber cement*
- Watercolor paint*
- Oil pastels*
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Time needed: 1 hour.
How to make a Valentine’s Day heart painting
- Color hearts heavily with oil pastels.
- Apply a light wash. Swipe with rubber cement when dry.
- Apply another layer of paint. Rub off cement when dry.
LIKE THIS VALENTINE PROJECT?
There are a lot more fun and easy ones in my new VALENTINE DRAWING ebook.
It contains 25 tutorials of things to draw as stand alone art, or perhaps very sweet homemade cards.
Each project includes easy to follow step-by-step tutorial, a full size line drawing for reference, and finished color sample. Just click on the title or book to learn more.