When the kids are feeling artistic, but you’ve run out paint, break out the markers and make your own Sharpie Watercolor Paints!
In fact, not only am I about to show you how to easily make Sharpie Watercolor Paints, but I also have 3 Free Easter Egg Coloring Pages, too.
Download Easter Egg Coloring Pages
Print the Easter Egg Coloring Pages on white cardstock. Then, to make Sharpie Watercolor Paints you will need Sharpies in a variety of colors, rubbing alcohol, a paint tray, and a paint brush, of course.
Sharpie Watercolor Paints
- Sharpies, assorted colors
- rubbing alcohol
- paint tray
- paint brush
- white cardstock
- Easter Egg Coloring Pages
Download and print out the Easter Egg Coloring Pages.
Color the paint tray cavities with Sharpie markers.
Fill each paint tray cavity with rubbing alcohol. The more alcohol that you add, the lighter your paint color will be.
Use a paintbrush to mix up the Sharpie markers and rubbing alcohol to create watercolor paints. If you run out of a paint color, use a tissue to remove excess moisture and color the cavity again with Sharpie and fill with more rubbing alcohol.
Invite your little ones to paint the Easter eggs! Be sure to check out all of our fun Easter crafts and recipe ideas at Our Kid Things!