When Nana was in Italy last month she learned how to paint a pot full of daisies with acrylic paints. She adapted what she learned to share with you in chalk pastel form. She shares with you a video daisy chalk pastel art tutorial for all ages. So gather around and enjoy – because you ARE an artist!
Daisy Chalk Pastel Art Tutorial
Chalk Art Supplies:
- your choice of colored construction paper (cut in half – hooray for saving paper!) – our artists used blue, pink and dark blue.
- white, yellow, brown, green, light green, blue, light blue and orange.
And our finished chalk pastel daisies…
Notice the variety of ways that you can choose to create your daisy – from color of paper to the chalk pastel colors you use. Make it your own because you ARE an artist!
Read more about Nana’s trip to Italy in You ARE an Artist: Never Stop Learning.
Featuring You! You ARE an Artist!
So, paint your daisy picture and be sure to share with us! Simply tag @hodgepodgemom on social media, send a photo via the Hodgepodge contact form here or post on the Hodgepodge Facebook page. We will be sharing these via the Hodgepodge instagram or on our Art Tutorials Showcase Pinterest board – or both! Nana will even comment on a few I am sure!
Do you and your child find it easier to learn with a video tutorial? You will be happy to know that we have a video art course for all ages!
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Free eBook and More!
- Get your FREE ebook (with a coupon)! Getting Started in Chalk Pastel Art.
- See how you can get started in just three steps! Watch the one minute You ARE an Artist video at chalkpastel.com.
- A note on chalk pastels: Pastels are an easy, forgiving medium. Fun for children and adults alike! Details on the pastels and paper we use, how and where to purchase are in our series, Chalk Pastels 101. A simple set of chalk pastels is very affordable. Nana also teaches acrylic lessons.
- The practical aspects of a mess: Pastels are blessedly messy. We always have baby wipes close by to wipe hands. We wear something we don’t mind getting stained or don a smock.
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