Fun LEGO Art for Kids
My son loves painting and he loves Lego so what could be more fun than combining the two to create some bright and colorful art?
We recently tried Lego printing where we used our Lego bricks as stamps. My son had a great time experimenting with printing different shapes and sizes of Lego bricks and watching the results as he tried printing on different sides of the bricks. This easy kids’ art activity was quick and simple to set up and provided lots of opportunities for talking about colors and shapes.
You only need a few supplies to make your own Lego prints – paint in different colors, Lego bricks and paper. It’s fun to choose Lego bricks in different shapes and sizes to add interest to your finished design.
Begin by dipping your Lego brick into some paint. We found that it was best not to over-saturate the brick with paint, otherwise there is not enough definition in the prints. When we had too much paint on our bricks, we simply stamped the brick onto the paper plate first, and then stamped it again onto our paper.