Kid Friendly DIY Cherry Blossom Artwork
Time for a cherry blossom art lesson! As the cherry blossom trees begin to bloom, it’s fun to recreate them on paper. This cherry blossom artwork is so easy to do, you’ll want to get your kids involved!
I know it doesn’t feel like it with the Arctic Blast everyone in the Midwest is experiencing, but spring IS coming! I promise! Soon enough all the snow will melt away, flowers will begin to bloom, and cherry blossom trees will begin to flower. While freezing temperatures are currently the norm, just remember that someday soon you’ll be out in a t-shirt soaking up the sunshine!
Since Tuesday is Chinese New Year, and cherry blossoms hold special meaning for the holiday, Caleb and I decided we should make some artwork together. I decided we needed to do a cherry blossom art lesson and, since kiddo is always up for artwork, he happily complied!
DIY Cherry Blossom Artwork
- Construction Paper
- Black and Pink Acrylic Paint
- Empty Plastic Water Bottle
1. Using the black paint and paintbrush, draw the trunk and branches of your cherry blossom tree.
2. Dip the bottom of your water bottle into the pink paint and stamp the design onto the paper wherever you want the cherry blossoms to go.
3. Optional: Use a darker or lighter shade of pink and repeat step two to give your painting more depth.
Caleb thought stamping with a water bottle was pretty hilarious and loved how his tree turned out! If you do it, be sure to share a picture of the final product on Instagram and tag me (@SusannahKellogg) in the photo!
Do you celebrate Chinese New Year in any way?
Do you have any other DIY cherry blossom artwork ideas?
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