The weather is cooling and fall decor is appearing everywhere. I have seen lots of cute pumpkins, so we decided to make this painted pumpkin kid craft.
This is an easy and fun fall pumpkin craft using just a few supplies. Create this watercolor painted pumpkin kid craft with liquid watercolors, crayon, and paper for some fall fun.
My little girl loves to paint, so any project that she gets to paint anything is an success. It it is usually mess too. If you have the same problem, try this bib. It is great for keeping your baby clean while eating and great for your little artist. It worked great when she was a baby and still does when she is almost 4 years old.
Pair this watercolor painted pumpkin kid craft with a book for some reading and creating fun. Try Too Many Pumpkins.
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Painted Fall Leaves Kid Craft
- white card stock or watercolor paper
- orange, red, green, and blue or other watercolors
- small plastic cup for liquid watercolors
- paint brush
- red & yellow crayons
- pencil (optional)
You can draw the pumpkin lightly with a pencil or have the child draw the pumpkins. Then, using the red & yellow crayon, press firmly as you trace the outline of the pumpkins. Add the veins in the center. You will want to make a complete line and press firmly with the crayon.
Next paint the background blue. Let dry.
Next, with the orange, and green watercolor paint the inside of the pumpkin and stem. Let dry.