- Draw and colour-in a large rainbow picture to put in your front window – people are doing this around the world to raise everyone’s spirits!
- Make a birthday card for a family member or a friend you can’t socialise with, make it personal and special for them with all your glitter pens and collage bits and bobs
- Sketch one another’s portrait, try doing it in the style of your favourite artist such as Picasso or Van Gogh. Pin up your portraits in your own home gallery.
- Make a personal present for a family member or a friend using all the craft materials you can find in the house or any old bits of clothing that was assigned to the charity bag.
- Role Play – become a make-up artist, tidy up all your old make-up and let the kids ‘do’ your face, sensible, glamorous or something more theatrical (great if you have face paints at home). Send the pics to your family and friends.
- Role Play – let the kids become your hairdresser, the little ones can style it in a fun way and the older kids can be let loose with the scissors! (if you trust them!)
- Download the glorious colouring activity pack from the Affordable Art Fair https://affordableartfair.com/media/wysiwyg/pdf/kids-activity-pack-glorious-colour.pdf
- Heaps more ideas for creative kids of all ages on the website and App https://www.hellowonderful.co
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