Sharpie Watercolour Easter Eggs
Have you ever done watercolour painting with kids? Last year my daughter and I did watercolour painting for the first time. It was so fun.
We got some pental watercolour pencils and Sylvia drew her own pictures the painted over them with the brush and they turned out so beautiful.
Today we have a different take on watercolour painting using the Sharpie pen. It’s fun and easy to do and perfect for little ones. I really hope you love this idea! Enjoy.
What You Will Need
How To Make This DIY Watercolour Activity
Use a paintbrush to mix up the Sharpie markers and rubbing alcohol to create watercolour paints. (if you run out of a paint colour, use a tissue to remove excess moisture and colour the cavity again with Sharpie and fill with more rubbing alcohol)
Invite your little ones to paint the Easter eggs!
This is such a fun and simple activity and you can download all sorts of printables from the internet to colour in.
In fact we have a free download here on the blog of colouring pages which cover all the letters of the Alphabet.
Why not download it.
Your kids will love these!
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