Have you ever tried painting a coloring page? It can be a ton of fun to try all kinds of different materials to add color to your favorite coloring pages. Today I have a new flowers and hearts coloring page for you. I’m sharing a fun family art project idea you’re going to want to try.
So scroll down, grab your copy of this printable and then keep reading to find out about how I’m sharing this fun family project over at A Glimpse Inside today!
Most days we just dig out the crayons or markers and color whatever pages are available for the day. But recently my daughter has started trying out the watercolor paints. She’s been begging to use mine, so for this project we pulled out Mom’s fancy watercolors – which just means they are the same paints she has except mine don’t have all the colors mixed together – and had a fun day painting together.
I like to print out our coloring pages on a textured paper. This makes painting the pages even more fun, the texture adds to the look of the painted color.
Download this free printable art page. Then head over to A Glimpse Inside to read more about how we like to use glitter and Mod Podge to create sparkly art projects with our printable coloring pages.
Looking for more fun printable coloring pages and activities? Here is another project idea I think you’ll really love…
Print out this floral sketch page and add your favorite colors. There’s something very relaxing about coloring, turn on your favorite music, grab some colored pencils and enjoy some creative moments with yourself. Click HERE to grab this free printable floral sketch page.
Or maybe you don’t want to color, but you do want to add some pretty florals to your home decor. I have a free printable floral art card you can download and frame. It’s already colored and ready to print. You can add your own pretty background paper to create a personalize art piece. Click HERE to download this floral art card.
You can make so many pretty projects with printables. If you create something with one of these floral art printables, I’d love to hear about you! You can share your ideas on the 100 Directions Facebook page or tag me #jengoodeart. I hope you have fun creating today!