Over 100 Different Arts and Crafts Project Ideas

We finished up our 100 Days of Art Challenge last week and thought I'd share a quick re-cap post of all the different projects and crafts we made.


There are so many fun ways to learn more about art and we tried them all out.  Everything from traditional painting and drawing to wood burning, metal stamping, and even playing art games.

Occasionally we stretched the boundaries of "art" and incorporated things like photography, baking, engineering, and even video games!

We had such a great time working on all of these and I hope we inspire you.


Our Projects (clicking on pictures or description will take you to each post with instructions): 

1.  Painting With Hexbugs:


2.  Making Tissue Paper Flowers


3.  Star Wars Crafts




4. Drawing Compass Watercolor Circles


5.  Mother's Day Floral Pens


6. Watercolor Pencil Outlines


7.  Jellyfish Scratch Art


8.  Oil Pastel Flowers


9.  Fingerprint Dandelions


10. Beaded Sun Catchers


11. Bird Crafts & Snacks





13.  Water Gun Painting


14.  Watercolor Art Kits


15.  Dragonfly Silhouettes




17. Spray Paint Resist


18.  Water Bottle Windsock


19.  Stained Glass Made Easy Kits


20. Tin Can Windsock


21.  Firework Glue Art



22.  Qixel Crafts


23.  Makit Bakit Stained Glass Craft


24.  Wood Burned Cutting Board






27.  Paper Bowl Jellyfish


28.  Tin Foil Art


29.  Oil Pastel Bubbles




31.  Washi Tape Votive Holders 




33. Sun Art 


34.  Tissue Paper Transfer


35.  Stained Glass Dragonfly


36.  Visiting the Art Museum







39.  Painting Pikachu


40.  How to Draw Books





44. Trip to the fairy village
























































73. Solid Tempera Paint Stick Drawings










































93.  String Art



















100. Water Balloon Art


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Comments

  1. I'm so impressed! All fantastic ideas, too.

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  2. I love the sun art project and I've always liked seeing candy trees each Christmas!

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  3. So much creativity right here at our fingertips! Now, which project shall we try first? Thank you for all the inspiration!

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