Yay! Online Art Classes for Kids!

I've gifted you a free one for your little artist (and maybe you!) to enjoy. Then check out the other fun ones I offer!

PS: Check out my YouTube page! I would love for you to subscribe so you don't miss out on anything new!

Here's a free, pre-recorded art class as a gift for you:

click the link below to make a super fun masterpiece using very simple supplies that you already have at home (and in your yard)!

Dream Scene

Join me and make a dream scene with the following supplies:

-white paper (preferably card stock or something thicker)

-an old magazine or newspaper

-regular glue or glue stick

-scissors

-watercolor paints or markers

    -if using watercolor paints, you'll need:

        -paper towels

        -a water cup for rinsing brushes

Sea Creature Selfie

Join me and make a sea creature selfie scene with the following supplies:

-white paper (preferably card stock or something thicker)

-an old magazine or newspaper

-scissors

-glue or glue stick

-watercolor paints or markers

    -if using watercolor paints, you'll need:

        -paper towels

        -a water cup for rinsing brushes

Nature People

Join me and make a sea creature selfie scene with the following supplies:

-30ish items from nature, a variety of leaves, twigs, acorns, pebbles, flowers, etc.

-white paper (preferably card stock, but computer paper works fine)

-glue (preferably a hot glue gun and glue sticks, but plain ole Elmer's works fine)

Seashell Rainbow

Join me and make a rainbow with shell clouds scene with the following supplies:

-seashells and/or beach finds

-white paper (preferably card stock, but computer paper works fine)

-glue (preferably a hot glue gun and glue sticks, but plain ole Elmer's works fine)

-watercolor paint

-paintbrush

-cup of water for rinsing brush

-markers

-paper towels

Stick Shacks

Join me and make a "stick shack" with the following supplies:

-30-40 different sized twigs (no larger than 8" tall)

-white paper (preferably card stock, but computer paper works fine)

-glue (preferably a hot glue gun and glue sticks, but plain ole Elmer's works fine)

-watercolor paint or markers if you don't have watercolor paint

-paintbrush

-cup of water for rinsing brush

-paper towels

Magnificently Marbled Paper

Create a piece or two (or a whole journal's worth!) of beautiful, swirley curly paper.

Purchase the video + supply list + written instructions and it will all be emailed to you!