Is it too difficult to paint with a brush for your kids yet? Then skip this idea and better take a fork! Let your kid draw as he or she can, the main thing is pleasure that they get during the process, and some colored paper will easily turn kids’ painting into pretty pandas, parrots, lions and hedgehogs.
Step by Step Fork Painted Animals
Draw a parrot silhouette on the orange sheet of paper
Let’s start making a parrot! Take a blue or green sheet and glue a parrot silhouette that you’ve cut out of orange paper
Glue a nib cut out of black paper, a white circle as an eye and a little black on the white one.
Take a fork and red paint and paint some plumes on the head and a wing
Then take yellow paint and add some plumes to the bird to show off the texture
Take brown paint and draw some legs with a finger
The next animal to make is a panda. Start with an orange sheet, take white paint and a fork and draw a fluffy silhouette, continue painting with a fork inside this silhouette, too.
Take black ears that you’ve cut out form black paper and a nose and glue them to the fluffy cloud when it’s dry. Add black circles around the eyes, the eyes themselves and a mouth of black paper.
The netx up is a lion. Glue a yellow silhouette to a green sheet, take a fork and red paint and create a crest all around the silhouette, then add texture with yellow paint.
Keep adding texture with yellow paint
Attach white circles for the eyes and draw inside them with a black sharpie. Draw a nose, a mouth and whiskers, then attach little white pieces of paper for flecks. Voila!
Time to make a fish! Start with a blue sheet, glue a yellow fish silhouette to it. Attach a white circle for the eye and start drawing with a sharpie – draw a line for the head and mouth. Grab red paint and a fork and draw some fins and a tail on your fish.
Keep drawing some scales on it, too. Add some touches with purple paint for a catchier look. Use a fork and green paint to draw some algae around the fish.
Let’s make a hedgehog! Glue a hedgehog silhouette to the yellow sheet, attach an eye with a white and black circle of paper, draw a nose and a mouth with a black sharpie. Paint some quills using a fork and black paint, then paint legs with black paint and a finger.
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