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4 Outdoor Art Projects for Girls

4 Outdoor Art Projects for Girls

APRIL 28TH, 2020

Spring is here and it’s the perfect time for girls to get outside. Spending time outdoors can be great for building a girl’s strength, creativity and spirit. Last week we shared some of our favorite outside activities that build girls up. This week we thought we’d build on that by combining two of our true loves: nature and art! Professional artists are often inspired by nature. These project ideas make it easy for girls to find their own inspiration in the great outdoors.

1) Leaf Rubbings

Leaf rubbings are a fun way to highlight the beauty of the natural world. They are easy to make and just require paper and crayons.

2) Nature Collages

For a twist on a typical paper collage, try sending kids outside to make nature collages. They can use paper, glue and found objects like twigs and leaves to create unique pieces of art.

3) Sun Prints

Sun print paper is a neat way for girls to make their own artistic creations and explore the shapes found in nature.

4) Shadow Art

An alternative to sun prints, shadow art also allows girls to explore nature shapes, and is free, as long as you have paper and something to draw with.
We hope you find these project ideas inspiring!
4 Outdoor Art Projects for Girls

APRIL 28TH, 2020

Spring is here and it’s the perfect time for girls to get outside. Spending time outdoors can be great for building a girl’s strength, creativity and spirit. Last week we shared some of our favorite outside activities that build girls up. This week we thought we’d build on that by combining two of our true loves: nature and art! Professional artists are often inspired by nature. These project ideas make it easy for girls to find their own inspiration in the great outdoors.

1) Leaf Rubbings

Leaf rubbings are a fun way to highlight the beauty of the natural world. They are easy to make and just require paper and crayons.

2) Nature Collages

For a twist on a typical paper collage, try sending kids outside to make nature collages. They can use paper, glue and found objects like twigs and leaves to create unique pieces of art.

3) Sun Prints

Sun print paper is a neat way for girls to make their own artistic creations and explore the shapes found in nature.

4) Shadow Art

An alternative to sun prints, shadow art also allows girls to explore nature shapes, and is free, as long as you have paper and something to draw with.
We hope you find these project ideas inspiring!

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