6 Creative Objects to Paint On (Besides Paper)

Happy #FundaySunday, everyone! I hope you all are having a wonderful day! If you have been following my blog for a while, you might know that I enjoy writing about artistic and creative topics. Besides, drawing and painting are some of my favorite activities! ✨

So, to get your creative juices flowing, I thought that it would be a really cool idea to share 6 Creative Objects To Paint On. So, if you are ever in need of a project to quinche your boredom, or you just want to make a new decoration to go in your room, then this is for you.

Disclaimer: I got a lot of these ideas from the fantastic YouTuber Moriah Elizabeth. She provides many funny and cool videos where she often paints on things that you probably wouldn’t ever imagine! I would definitely recommend her channel to fellow art lovers.

Also, make sure that you always have permission from your parent or guardian before doing any type of art project using paint. ✨

So, let’s get started!

  1. Paint pallets

I’m sure that most of us know paint pallets as containers that we use to hold paint while doing a project. However, have you ever thought of actually painting on them? I’ve seen many Youtubers and artists try this, and I have to admit, although the shape can be a little difficult to work with, the finishing products look super awesome, especially if you are looking for something out of the box!

2. Sticks

I know, out of all the things that you could paint on, I picked sticks. However, these natural resources can make very pretty wall art or decorations when a nice design is added to or made out of them. Just remember that if you do this, don’t break a stick off of a tree, but find one that is already detached and on the ground. In fact, if you don’t mind spending the money, you can even buy some at a store. If you try this, I believe that you will appreciate this work of art!

3. Seashells

Personally, I have always believed that seashells are very beautiful, painted or not. I don’t know if it’s their variety in shapes, or their gorgeous colors, but they are definitely amazing pieces of art. And the best thing is, like sticks, you can find them in nature! Seashells are another natural alternative for an art project! Just…don’t take one with a crab living inside, lol.

4. Clothing

Do you have any plain or solid-color clothing that you wish had a design, or something to make it look a little more creative? Well, why not just paint them?!? Putting a little of your unique spin on your clothes can help it feel a lot more personalized. It can also give plain clothes some life, so that they’re a lot less boring! By the way, this would probably be done best with fabric paint. :>

5. Paintbrushes

Very similar to paint palettes, paintbrushes are usually tools that we use to help us make a painting. However, they can also serve as great decorations in an art studio! By painting the handle of a wooden paintbrush, they make for really beautiful decorations or art tools, if you still want to use them, afterwards!

6. Rocks

What I love about using rocks in art projects is that, similar to seashells, you can use their shapes to inspire you and your design. Considering that I have painted on a rock, several times, before, I definitely recommend this activity to anyone who enjoys a challenging and fun art project.

Okay, everyone! I really hope that you got some art inspiration from these 6 Creative Objects to Paint On (Besides Paper). Sometimes, being an artist means doing things that are outside of the box. All of these examples are opportunities to do that!

Also, here is a link to Moriah Elizabeth’s YouTube Channel if you’d like to check it out!

Have an artistic, creative, and healthy day, everyone! ✨

Published by ajoyfulchristianteen

Hello, beautiful people! ✨ I am Princess Q'Zion, the owner and Administrator of my blog, "The Joys and Trials of a Christian Teen."

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