Holiday art projects

Get into the holiday spirit with these fun and creative art projects. From DIY ornaments to festive paintings, discover a variety of ideas to bring joy and creativity to your holiday season.
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I'm not an artist - so trust me - if I can make this painting, it has to be pretty easy! I HAD to try this art project just because it's fun. And cool. And sciency. (My browser is telling me that's not a real word... haha) This salt and watercolor snowflake art project actually teaches you something, and I LOVE that! I'll be the first person to raise my hand and admit, 'I can't draw or paint'. And trying to make me do either of those two things will make me want to hide my head in…

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Taylor Chambers
These Folk Art Trees created with wintery colors is a quick and easy art project for kids and includes a free printable drawing guide. This project teaches line, pattern, shape, and watercolor techniques. Pre K, Crafts, Winter Art Lesson, Winter Art Projects, Winter Art Kindergarten, Holiday Art Projects, Christmas Art Lessons Elementary, Seasons Art, Christmas Art Projects

These Folk Art Trees created with wintery colors is a quick and easy art project for kids and includes a free printable drawing guide. This project teaches line, pattern, shape, and watercolor techniques.

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Deep Space Sparkle | Art Lessons and Resources for Art Teachers
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Meet one of your new favorite art lessons for kids! Students will create a scarf selfie (or "scarfie") art project with a focus on line, shape and pattern all will using one of the most fun art techniques called scratch art. This lesson is perfect for elementary students of all ages and can be modified and adjusted with ease.

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Jessie Back
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This is a beautiful December project that yields gorgeous results. I give my Grade 7 - 9 students the choice to do something holiday-themed or any subject matter they want. See my original posting HERE. They sketch their stained glass design on regular 8 1/2 x 11" photocopy paper. They each have their own laptop so find images to reference online. Then slide the finished drawing into a sheet protector and trace over all the lines with a permanent black marker- make the lines nice and thick…

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