Outdoor Crafts Blog for Kids – The Pencil Grip, Inc.

Outdoor Crafts!

Outdoor Crafts!

This nice weather calls for some outdoor creativity! Spend some time outdoors and use your imagination to create amazing artwork!

Kwik Stix Outdoor Activity

Materials Needed: cardboard, Kwik Stix Paint, string
  1. Find an old piece of cardboard to paint on
  2. Cut out a few holes big enough to throw ball through it 
  3. Paint your desired shapes/objects
  4. Tie a string to the cardboard and hang it from a tree
  5. Use this to create a game for throwing target or water guns!

Check out this craft on Instagram @playfulcrafts

 

 

 

Kwik Stix Bird House

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix Paint, wooden bird houses
  1. Purchase wooden bird houses at your local craft store
  2. Start painting with Kwik Stix
  3. Be creative and colorful!

Check out this craft on Instagram @findthelittlemind

 

 

 

Painted Branches

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix, broken tree branches

  1. Spend some time outdoors and start collecting broken tree branches in different sizes
  2. Get creative and paint with Kwik Stix
  3. Have Fun!

Check out this craft on Instagram @homeschoolinghomestead

 

 

 

Window Paint

Materials Needed: Kwik Stix Paint, window or glass surface

  1. Use Kwik Stix to paint your glass window or door
  2. Let the sun shine through to create a masterpiece
  3. Easily wash off when done!

Check out this craft on Instagram @how2toddler

 

 

Outdoor Rainbow Decor

Materials Needed: tree branch, feathers, pompoms, paper, tape, and Kwik Stix Paint

  1. Start by finding a stick outside to hang your rainbow on
  2. Paint a rainbow onto a piece of paper or cardboard
  3. Hang feathers and pompoms on string to hang from the rainbow
  4. Display outside on a tree or on your house!

Check out this craft on Instagram @bugandbeanartstudio

 

 

 

Mermaid Tails

Materials Needed: Cardboard, Kwik Stix Paint, scissors, string, and a black sharpie marker

  1. Draw a mermaid shaped tail onto a piece of cardboard, with the find on the crease 
  2. Paint your tails with Kwik Stix Paint
  3. Poke two holes at the top of the tail 
  4. Tie your string to it 
  5. Either hang as a decoration or play mermaid and pretend you have a tail!

Check this craft out on Instagram @wildflowers_and_mama