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Watercolor Fabric Art

Watercolor Paint Fabric Art

Looking for a frugal art project for the kids (or even yourself) that would also make a great gift or decor for the home? Well then do we have the project for you! I know I’ve said this before but this truly is one of my favorite art projects we’ve created. The kids had a blast painting on fabric and the results were nothing short of amazing. Read on to see how we even added a bit of sparkle to our watercolor fabric art.

Watercolor Fabric Art

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What You’ll Need

What to Do

We started by laying a sheet of thick kraft paper on our work table.

Then we cut a piece of fabric. If you plan on framing it, cut your fabric a bit larger than the frame opening, so that you can wrap some fabric around the cardboard insert.

Next, we placed our fabric, watercolor paints, brush, and a cup of water on our work table and invited the children to paint.

Watercolor Fabric Art

Have fun experimenting with how paints appear with a very wet brush versus a drier brush. Or, how the watercolors appear mixed. Once your fabric has been painted to your child’s liking, move it to a drier area of the kraft paper and allow it to dry completely.

Watercolor Fabric Art
Watercolor Fabric Art

This part is optional but we found it really added a lot to our painting. With our Metalix Kwik Stix, we dabbed a bit of the various colors on our painted fabric and it added such a gorgeous sheen to our fabric. Allow them to dry completely (it should only take a couple of minutes). Remember when we made abstract art with Kwik Stix? Our love for these amazing paint sticks started with that project.

Watercolor Fabric Art
Watercolor Fabric Art
Watercolor Fabric Art

Once your fabric art has dried completely, you can frame it if you’d like. Whether you frame it in a mini frame or something larger, these will certainly be amazing. These would also make terrific gifts!

Watercolor Fabric Art

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Watercolor Fabric Art

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Want more? Be sure to check out some of our other fun activities:

Abstract Art with Kwik Stix {Mess Free Paint Sticks}
Beyond the Stick Figure review art online class kids homeschool pinterest

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