Pineapple Process Art

 This pineapple painting project is perfect for little ones. It takes only a moment of set up and it creates such a cute art project! Kids are going to be so proud of their efforts and want to display this project on the fridge door gallery!




Harper and I love to get creative together. We are always crafting, painting or baking something. 
You might remember we made this adorable apple process art with a cork.  Well, we ran across the cork again and decided that it was so fun to paint with it, that we would give it another go. We came up with this cute pineapple art. We love it because it can work for a summer day project, or pull this out around the new year to bring good luck to your space.




Supplies:

Paper Plate

Yellow and Green Paint

A Cork

Copy Paper



Pour a quarter size drop of several shades of yellow and a shade of green onto a paper plate.


Offer your child the cork and encourage the child to stamp a pineapple shape with the yellow paints.



When the pineapple is shaped encourage the child to form the stem of the pineapple with green paint.


                                                             Allow the art to dry then display.


This is a fun project for summertime, but I also love to make these with the kids in anticipation of new year since the pineapple symbolizes a warm welcome, celebration and hospitality.


You can find more process art ideas here

Basket of fruit process art

Cork and button tree art

If you want to learn more about why process art is important for kids this is a great resource from Messy Little Monster

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