These creative kids crafts are part of a sponsored post for Collective Bias and Crayola at Walmart. #ColorfulCreations #Collective Bias
This weekend we had a couple very rare rainstorms here in Southern California, which was a nice change, but meant that we were stuck inside for a few days. Luckily for me, I had just purchased some Crayola crayons, washable kids paint, and sidewalk chalk at Walmart, so we were all set for some fun craft time! You know I’ll find any excuse to get creative and make something, and luckily my kids love creating just as much as I do!
There was a large area devoted to Crayola products at Walmart and a huge selection, which was great, because they had tons to choose from.
We decided to create three different crafts with our new Crayola supplies- painted animal rocks, leaf and flower rubbings, and fingerprint animals.
Painted Animal Rocks
- Small to medium sized rocks
- Crayola Washable Kids Paint
- Ink pads (or paint would work as well)
- Crayola crayons
- Paper, blank cards, to tags
- Leaves, flowers, and other mostly flat items from nature
- Crayola sidewalk chalk