Instead of T.V. and video games, sit down with your friends and family to paint with water colors. I bought my non-toxic water colors at the 99 cent store. Using plain white paper from our printer, we each painted our masterpieces. One was a spring bouquet, another a black hole in space, another a butterfly. For younger participants, a simple color sheet will help them paint creatively using the lines as a guide. This activity was relaxing and fun. Bringing a few watercolors and paper along on a camping trip would add to the outdoor experience, have a painting contest at birthday parties, barbecues, picnics, etc. You might even want to start a portfolio exhibiting everyone’s creativity! For $1.00, groups can be brought together to enjoy expressing their creative side.
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