Painting Activity with little Miss Kyaraa πŸ’–

Painting can help your children communicate their emotions or feelings. Through the use of different colors, they can express themselves without the use of words. Painting allows children an educational opportunity that is also fun and exciting. I always encourage my little one to paint whatever she wants.

Kyaraa wanted to do some painting activity. She loves paints, bright colours and whenever she has nothing to do, she asks me for brush and paints.

We stay in an apartment in Mumbai, which has a small gallery too.

I was thinking to get some beautiful plant pots since a while as the pots which we have are the ugly black and brown pots. I thought why not paint the pots today itself creatively and add to the gallery garden’s beauty.

That’s when we both decided to paint our own pots. We ended up creating a lot of mess but as we all know to make a masterpiece, a little bit of mess is the first requirement !!! Kyaraa really enjoyed this activity, and results were amazing.

Happy Smiley face πŸ˜‡
Kyaraa busy in painting
My favorite one with combination of white, gold and black.
Completely involve as want to impress her Dad with some amazing stuff.
Happy Gallery
Kyaraa painted and I gave it final touch with tooth brush spray painting.
Thinking deeply
Finally all done and we are very happy.

Thank you for reading πŸ’–

Β© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin



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  1. Margaret

    I love them all Anjali. The smiley face is lovely and I agree the white one is effective. Toothbrush spray painting, different!
    Your post has motivated me to continue painting which I only started again the other day πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ¨πŸ™‚

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    • positivesideofcoin

      Yes, It’s extremely good for soul, since childhood art and creativity played highly important role in my life and now I can see Kyaraa also fully involved in creative work. Thank you so much for Visiting Caz πŸ˜‡πŸ™πŸ’–

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  2. rashu2015

    Beautiful pots…. I think making our own things satisfies us a lot more than store bought things. Plus the fun of doing it with children adds lots of memories to the things made.

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  3. Carolyn Page

    What a joy to read and see, Anjali… You and your little angel.. πŸ™‚
    (I have realised, Anjali, that I haven’t been receiving your new posts via email lately. I’ll have to keep an eye on this for your next post/s. I don’t like ‘missing out’… πŸ™‚

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