When you have a three-year-old you never know just how “kid made” things will actually turn out. I love it when craft projects turn out better than you imagined. Most of the time we work on process over product, but when it’s a gift, I have to admit that I’m a tad more attached to the product part.
The flower votives my daughter painted were product art, then I let her do whatever she wanted for the other two. I like her process art votives better, but they are all very pretty.
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Painted Votives for Kids to Make
These are beautiful painted votives for kids to make. They are so easy even a toddler can do it! They look gorgeous both lit and unlit and make wonderful gifts for friends and family.
Painted Votives for Kids to Make Directions
Click the links or photos below to find the materials and directions to the type of painted votive you and your child would like to make.
These painted votives for kids to make are so easy even a toddler can do it! My daughter loved it so much she asks me to paint more every day. Little does she know that has always been the plan. 😉 They look beautiful displayed on windowsills and tables and make fantastic gifts. Make some with your kids today!
This post is a part of the kid-made gift series hosted by Teach Me Mommy. Hop on over to see all of the other kid made gift ideas by clicking on the link.
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- Kid Made Gifts: Shell Frame with Handprint
- Kid Made Gifts: Wooden Bead Bracelets
- Kid Made Gifts: Ponybead and Prism Suncatcher
- Single Color Wet-on-Wet Watercolor
- Two Color Wet-on-Wet Watercolor
- Watercolor and Fall Leaves Art
For more ideas follow my kids art Pinterest board.
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