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Spring Art :Tulip Painting

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Spring Art :Tulip Painting

Printmaking with kids : Use kitchen cutlery to create beautiful spring art.

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My favorite season used to be fall. Now I’m a convert. To celebrate the wildflowers in full bloom, we have been having fun outdoors with tons of hikes and nature walks. To bring the season indoors we did this fun spring art activity which is great for both toddlers and preschoolers.

Materials { affiliate links below for your reference}

It is very important to use a 3-pronged fork to get the tulip print

Process for creating this gorgeous fork tulips spring art

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  1. This is adorable. My friend is a kindergarten teacher and she sent me the link — I teach preschool. THIS WILL BE ONE OF MY PROJECTS for sure. Pinning! If you enjoy blog hops, will you please come to my party on Tuesday night (7pm EDT) and share it? My blog is Ducks ‘n a Row and it is the start time for my Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop! http://www.ducksnarow.com

  2. I am working on seeds and plants for our theme. I will be using this awesome art activity. Thanks for sharing.

  3. so cute! I have to wait til she gets a bigger to test it out though.. don’t want my 1.5 yr old thinking it’s acceptable to eat the paint that’s on the fork! 🙂

  4. Visiting from Tuesday Tots. My Family-Focused Monday hop is live now and I would love to see one of your awesome posts linked up @ www[dot]mondaykidcorner[dot]blogspot[dot]com.

    Have a wonderful week.

    1. Janine, it was funny to see your name pop up on our “Tulip” Painting. I bet it’d be cool if your family eventually ends up trying this out.

  5. Awesome! I love using items from around the house to make art. I will be sharing this idea with the families I work with. Thanks for sharing.

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