Art Kit

 

As an artist you need some supplies to work with when the mood to create strikes. Here is a list of some of the supplies you may want to start collecting for your Art Kit. I find that if you keep all the art supplies in one place and they are easy to reach, children use them more often to create projects and it is also easier for them to clean up when they are finished. So whether your Art Kit is in a cardboard box (which you can decoupage nicely) or in a cabinet, the fun begins when you start to create your artwork. You can add or subtract from this list to personalize your very own Art Kit.  

Basic Art Supplies:

   

Pencils

Erasors

Color pencils

Crayons

Water Color Pan

Brushes (Several sizes and several types)

Markers

Pastels

Sponges (To clean or to paint)

Poster Paints

Old Magazines (For decoupage or collages)

Art Portfolio (To keep your artwork-You can probably make it yourself)

Tape

 

 

   

Newspaper (to cover working areas and for Paper Mache)


Paper Towels (helps when something spills)

Old oversize T-shirt (To protect your clothes)

Scissors

Glue

Charcoal Pencils

Chalk 

Paper (For sketching or drawing)

Construction Paper

Glitter

Water Container

Ruler e)

After you have your basic Art Supplies you may want to add:

Oil Paints

Acrylic Paints

Canvases

Turpenoid (For cleaning brushes)

Container for Turpenoid

Clay

Pallet

Pallet Knive (Plastic, to mix paint)

Old Tooth Brush (For splatter paint effect)

Rag (For cleaning excess paint)

Easel

 


Craft Supplies:

Beads

Pipe Cleaners


Felt

Yarn

Stencils

Items from Nature (Shells, rice, peas, sand, salt, etc...)

Florist Wire

Cotton 

 
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