Watercolor doodle flowers are a fun & relaxing watercolor activity for kids. Use watercolor dots as the starting point for playful watercolor doodle flowers. Add designs to cut out or even create your own stickers!
Watercolor doodle flowers are a fun & relaxing watercolor art activity for kids! We think these are great to create alone or with family & friends winding down together. (This idea was inspired by the watercolor flower doodles on Art is Basic.)
Here at The Artful Parent, we value process art (open-ended activities allowing kids to explore through art). This activity fits the bill as each child’s artwork will look different. And it’s a great one to revisit over and over again.
If you’re looking for more awesome watercolor activities for kids, try 12 Awesome Watercolor Art Activities for Kids. And don’t forget to snag the FREE printable guide as well!
- Watercolor paint palette
- Brushes (If using watercolors)
- Crayons, oil pastels or colored pencils (for added embellishments)
- Paint watercolor dots.
First, paint a variety of small watercolor dots, splotches and brush prints all over your paper in different colors.
- Then add designs with crayons or colored pencils.
After the paint dries, use crayons or colored pencils to turn the colorful dots into flowers. Next, draw petals, center designs, or other interesting patterns.
- Now add paint for added watercolor details.
Then add additional details with watercolors as well. You can even try this on a piece of sticker paper or large address labels to make your own stickers.
- Cut & glue watercolor doodle flowers.
Simply cut out around each flower and glue onto a new piece of colored paper. Or peel and stick you using sticker paper.
More Watercolor Art Activities for Kids
Now don’t let the fun stop here! Below are a few art ideas we think your kids will enjoy. If you try one, please tag us on Instagram (#theartfulparent). We really enjoy seeing your family’s arts & crafts projects!
- How to Make Giant 3D Watercolor Flowers with Paper Plates
- Create Gorgeous & Abstract Scribble Drawings with Watercolors
- DIY Geometric Watercolor Art with the Saran Wrap Technique
- Shadow Art for Kids: Tracing the Light
- Glue Art on Canvas with Watercolors
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