Although watercolor resist is my favorite, the kids might argue for shaving cream marbling.
Today, I wanted to share six different watercolor resist techniques. And 20 different watercolor resist art activities!
And please feel free to add more watercolor resist techniques in the comments! You know I’ll give them a try!
6 Watercolor Resist Techniques
1. Watercolor resist with crayons & oil pastels
(pictured clockwise from top left)
- Leaf rubbings + watercolor resist
- Oil pastel resist spiderwebs (on Let’s Lasso the Moon)
- Watercolor resist with crayons and a rainbow stained glass window
- Oil pastel resist butterflies
2. Watercolor resist with melted crayons
- Melting crayons on canvas with watercolors
- Melted crayon and watercolors on wood (DIY wood blocks)
- Watercolor resist with melted crayon shavings
- A stained glass bunting for the window
- Stained glass melts
3. Sticker & tape resist art
- Tape resist skeleton paintings (You could do something like this with watercolor paints. But, admittedly we used a different kind of paint this time)
- Sticker resist :: art project for kids
- Watercolor resist with contact paper (on Kiwi Co. Corner)
- Sticker resist starry night cards
- A tape resist word banner
4. Glue resist art
- Watercolor resist with colored glue (on Pink and Green Mama)
- Glue resist snowmen and snowflakes
- Art for Kids :: Glue resist (spiderwebs and jack-o-lanterns)
5. Watercolor resist with rubber cement or masking fluid
6. Wax Paper Resist
- Try wax paper resist (on Housing a Forest)
How about you? What are your favorite watercolor resist techniques? Do you know any others?
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