We have been asked from some of our customers what they can do with their left over paints from their monthly My Creative Boxes. Here we have provided you with some fun and simple to set up painting activities that you can easily do at home using household items and your left over paints.
This activity from Happy Hooligans encourages children to look at colour blending using a fun technique and an expired card! The results are just as beautiful! Children might also enjoy adding collage materials onto their final product too.
Another great colour blending activity from Craftulate children will have lots of fun with while watching the different patterns and textures using their left over paints and a comb!
This is a great activity to do on a piece of Alfoil from Pink Striped Socks. You can use your paints, confetti and and any left over collage materials you might have from your My Creative Boxes.
You could use spoonfuls of your left over paints to create one of these lovely Cardboard Roller Printings from Casamarias Blog. They look so beautiful and would be lots of fun to make!
Kids love Duplo and they love stamp painting. This is a great activity from Picklebums to look at shape, size and colour while having so much fun in the process!
This is another activity kids will love from Kidspot and is perfect for those dreaded 'Im Bored!' moments! All you need is potatoes and your left over paints. Such a great way to explore shapes, colours and sizes!
This is such a great sensory processing activity from In Lieu of Preschool as children explore the different puffy texture of paint that is created from the shaving cream!
We hope you have lots of fun exploring, experimenting and getting CREATIVE with your left over paints!
Leanne and Abby