Here is an easy and fun bit of process art that the kids will love for Easter.
My daughter loves to draw. She is learning and getting better every day. We found some wonderful art books for her at the library with great techniques and drawing exercises. One that we loved was Art for Kids: Drawing (affiliate link). It is a great book for kids and adults alike. One simple and fun technique that we found in the book is the inspiration for this Easter process art. These watercolor scribble Easter eggs are so easy and they are a joy to make.*This post contains affiliate links*
My daughter and I cut large egg shapes out of watercolor paper. Using a Sharpie, we drew a continuous line without taking the Sharpie off of the paper. We made loops and curves to decorate our eggs.
With watercolors, paint inside of each lined off section in a different color. It is as simple as that. We love to work with watercolors, but markers, crayons or colored pencils would work great as well.
When you are finished painting, lay your paintings on a flat surface to dry. You can punch holes in your eggs when they are dry and hang them up as ornaments or make an Easter garland with them.
This was a fun and relaxing technique that you can do with the kids at any time.
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Very cute! These would be great for my girls to make for Easter this year.