Easy Kids Paint Along Floral Vase

by Lynn Lilly, Jul 03 2020

I am so excited to be continuing my partnership with Testors and Rustoleum! I will be sharing a new craft project every month! This month it is all about the kiddos! I love teaching kids how to craft and showing them that they are artists! I am so excited to share the paint-along to create a floral vase video! 


  • Testors Acrylic Craft Paint in Fuchsia, Purple, Petal Pink, Turquoise, Ruby, Metallic Galaxy Blue, Orange
  • Canvas
  • Paint Brushes
  • Pencil

Easy Kids Paint Along Craft with Testors

The easiest way to create this art is to watch the video and have your kids paint while they watch but I also listed a couple tips and steps below. 

  • Sketch out the vase and line for the table before painting. 
  • Pick two colors that compliment each other for the flowers. 
  • For an easy rose make "u" shapes that interlock with one another. 
  • Fill in the white space between the"u" shapes with the complimenting color and blend them together. 
  • When making the leaves and the vines keep your lines flowing and think of a real plant! 
  • Add the leaves last to fill in the flower arrangement. 
  • Finish off your design by decorating the vase with dots. Use the end of the brush handle to make the dots. 
  • Last but not least you can turn the plain table top into a pattern by painting horizontal and vertical lines that are slightly lighter than the color of the table.

Kids Paint Along Craft Project with Testors 

I hope you had fun watching your kids create a work of art! Please share their art and make sure to tag @craftboxgirls and @testors_corp so I can see their awesome art! 

Visit Testors to view all the colors of their craft acrylic paint and find out where to purchase!

xoxo- LL 

This post is sponsored by Testors but all thoughts and opinions are my own! 

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