Paper Mosaic Art for Kids
When you or your children craft using construction paper there are inevitably scraps. Turn them into fun mosaic art projects with your children. See how this technique was used to make a rocket ship and a jet.
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Turn scrap pieces of colored construction paper into this paper mosaic artwork. This was a fun and challenging art piece my son says, but he definitely enjoyed it! After he finished with his rocket ship, he made another creation! Apply this same concept with drawings your kids are interested in.
Total Time: 2 days (depends on your child)
- construction paper
- glue stick
- Figure out what you want to draw. My son wanted a rocket so he drew it with a little help from me.
- You will need to cut up assorted colored construction paper in random pieces (for the mosaic effect) perfect to save paper scraps for this project!
- Is is time for your child to glue down paper pieces down. Near the edges, he cut the pieces to fit.
- Optional - cut out paper mosaic piece. Glue down on black paper. Using white colored pencil draw stars and use foil for the moon. My son hung this artwork in his room!
Rainbows are a popular image in kids' art projects. Bits of torn or cut paper can be used to make a beautiful rainbow mosaic. This is a page about how to make a paper rainbow mosaic.
This page is about making a mosaic picture frame. Pieces of tile, wood or glass can be used to fashion a special picture frame.
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