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Valentine Art Toddlers – Liquid Watercolor Heart Valentine

by Jean Van't Hul
February 9, 2011
Valentine Art Toddlers - Liquid Watercolors

Last week the toddlers painted watercolor crayon resist valentines for the toddler art group.

This is a fun, process art project to try for creating Valentine art for toddlers. You could even string them together for a Valentine garland! Here’s how we did it…

Valentine Art Toddlers - Liquid Watercolors

Valentine Art Toddlers

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1. Color on paper with crayons

We started out with just crayons on the table so they could draw on the hearts.

Valentine Art Toddlers - Liquid Watercolors

2. Paint with liquid watercolors

Then we brought out the liquid watercolors for them to paint over their drawings. If you haven’t tried these yet, you must! They are so vibrant and beautiful.

Valentine Art Toddlers - Liquid Watercolors

And the toddlers loved it!

Valentine Art Toddlers - Liquid Watercolors

Especially painting with the watercolors. They worked longer than usual and most of them were very prolific.

3. Let paper dry

Valentine Art Toddlers - Liquid Watercolors

These would look beautiful strung together on a garland and hung above a window for a colorful Valentine’s Day decoration.

Do you have any Valentine art toddlers that you’d recommend? Leave a comment below!

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