Looking for a fun new art medium for the kids? Try tin foil! When you’re out of construction paper and don’t want to make an extra trip to the craft store, head to the kitchen and pull this inexpensive and fun roll out for some extra fun foil art projects for kids.
1. Simple Painting on Tin Foil
You probably have everything you need to make a canvas out of aluminum foil. Use painters tape to secure the foil, then gather some foam brushes and paint and get to work! Your kids will be making creative and shiny works of art, perfect for the fridge, in no time!
Find tons of amazing crafts at CraftyMorning.com.
2. Foil Drawing
Thicker copper foil is used in this craft, something we didn’t even know existed! Bamboo sticks and a piece of felt is pretty much all you need to make this unique and artistic piece of art. Perfect for older kids, these would also look pretty amazing with some paint for added color.
Learn more about this craft at HappyFamilyArt.com.
3. Sparkly Icicles Foil Art
Whether you’re in the throes of winter, or just want to remember what cold feels like in the dead of summer, you will love making this fun sparkly icicles craft! Paint the aluminum foil and top it with glitter, then hang with simple thread. And the light reflects beautifully from some of these when hung in a window!
Check out the simple tutorial at KidsCraftRoom.com.
4. Printed Fall Tree Foil Art
Budding artists will thoroughly enjoy this tree art made from a ball of foil. Perfect for little hands still learning dexterity, a rolled ball of aluminum foil is dipped in paint and then tapped on paper to form the leaves. Tiny fingers can draw out the trunk, for a truly sweet and amazingly artistic fall tree. We imagine you can also change your paint colors and make one of these for any time of the year!
See more fun pics of how this project is done at MunchkinsAndMoms.com.
5. Foil Leaf Rubbing
It’s as simple as finding leaves, laying them under a piece of foil and gently rubbing with your finger! Your kiddos will be amazed at all the detail that will show through and it provides the perfect background for painting. Or just leave plain for a fantastically framable piece of art.