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Watercolour Painting with School Water Dyes

Updated: Jan 31

FREE IDEAS FOR EASY CRAFTS AND ACTIVITIES WITH FAS PAINTS, INKS AND DYES




Watercolour Painting with School Dyes

Kids love creating vibrant crafts, and working with school watercolour dyes is colourful, fun, and remarkably easy. It allows for the swift creation of simple yet bright watercolour effects.



Skill Level: Pre-school and Primary


You will need:

  • Paper (not too thin)

  • Black Marker Pen

  • Pencil

  • Brushes (Soft hair watercolour brushes work better)

  • Apron and a cover sheet or newspapers or paper towels


Let’s get started:

Ensure that the painting surfaces are protected with old clothing, smocks, or aprons.

Begin with a straightforward pencil sketch, making sure the outlines are dark enough for children to paint around.


Pour the dyes into trays and paint pots.


Paint your picture using one brush per colour. Avoid overloading the brush, as lighter strokes result in a better watercolour effect that dries faster.


Once dry, use a black marker to outline the details. It's crucial not to use the marker before painting, as some markers may react with the dye, spoiling the picture.


Share and enjoy

Tony


Tips:

  • You can mix colours, but be cautious as it can lead to messy results with dirty colours and brushes.

  • Thin paper can become overly wet and may fall apart.

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