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Our Favourite Process Art Invitations

Looking for some unique ways to engage your child’s creativity at home? We’re here for you! We’ve gathered 6 of our favourite process art invitations for you! Ranging in messiness from “not at all” to “get the mop”, these invitations are sure to inspire and excite the little artists in your home.

  1. Paint Sticks Mural

Messy level: ⭐️

Supplies: Paint Sticks x 4, Large paper or canvas

Process: Place paint sticks on the paper. Walk away and let your child discover the invitation.

2. Stickered Umbrella

Messy level: ⭐️

Supplies: Round stickers, clear umbrella, washi tape and scissors (optional)

Process: Cut round stickers into small strips. Arrange the stickers, washi tape and scissors neatly in containers. Open up the umbrella and add a few stickers as a prompt. Walk away and see what your child comes up with!

3. Polymer Clay Mixing

Messy level: ⭐️⭐️

Supplies: Polymer Clay x 3 colours, Pasta machine

Process: Cut polymer clay into small cubes. Arrange them in a container by colours next to the pasta machine. Let your child explore with the clay & machine at their own pace.

4. Framed Glitter

Messy level: ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Supplies: Small picture frame, Glitter, Painter’s tape, Glue and paint in squeeze bottle x2

Process: Remove the glass from the picture frame. Cover the frame with tape. Add more tape to secure all 4 sides of the frame to the table. Place glue, paint and glitter next to the frame and see what your child comes up with!

5. Making Chalk Paint

Messy level: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Supplies: Mortar and pestle, chalk x 2 colours, water in squeeze bottle (optional), small jars, small spoon

Invitation: Break chalk into small pieces and arrange them in containers by colours. Place a few pieces in the mortar as a prompt. Let your child break all the chalk, mix with water and transfer them to the jar as paint for the future.

6. Foam Sticker Prints

Messy level: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Supplies: Paint on a plate, foam roller, foam stickers, cardboard, watercolour paper or canvas

Invitation: Cut foam stickers into different shapes if needed. Stick the shapes onto the cardboard to create a stamp. Apply paint with the foam roller. Will your child press the stamp onto the paper or the other way around? Step aside (but observe closely!) and see what your child creates!

For more ideas, follow us on Instagram. Be sure to share your at-home creations with us! Happy creating!

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