Learn how to create beautiful Chinese knot paintings with this step-by-step tutorial designed for kids aged 9 to 12. Discover the art of Chinese knotting and develop fine motor skills while creating unique and intricate designs using just your fingertips!

Welcome to the world of Chinese knot painting! In this tutorial, we will explore a unique and fun art form that combines the ancient Chinese art of knotting with the creativity of painting. Designed specifically for kids between the ages of 9 and 12, this step-by-step guide will walk you through the process of creating beautiful knot paintings using just your fingertips. No brushes or other tools are required! Get ready to unleash your imagination and learn how to create intricate and colorful designs that are sure to impress your friends and family.

 Chinese Knot Painting By Using Fingertip For Kids

Fingertip Chinese Knot Painting Tutorial For Kids Age 9 - 12

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Supplies & Tools

  • White Drawing Sheet
  • Scissors
  • Red Acrylic Paint
  • Red Sketch Pen

Fingertip Chinese Knot Painting Instruction

Step #1: Start Marking Fingertips

Start Marking Fingertips

Take a white drawing sheet, draw a large circle on it, and carefully cut it out with scissors & use it as a base for our drawing.

Take red acrylic paint, dip your index finger into the paint, and mark fingertip prints on the sheet.

Step #2: Making Design Of  Knot With Fingertips

Making Design Of  Knot With Fingertips

Make the design of a knot with fingertip prints as shown above.

Step #3: Outlining The Knot

Outlining The Knot

Now, take a red color sketch pen and outline all the fingertip prints.

Step #4: Drawing Loop Around Knot

Drawing Loop Around Knot

With the red marker, draw loops around the Chinese knot.

Step #5: Marking Thumb Prints On Background

Marking Thumb Prints On Background

After that dip, your thumb in the red paint and make a thumb impression on the knot background.

Chinese Knot Is Completed Now!

Chinese Knot Is Completed Now!

After making a thumb impression our Chinese Knot painting is ready.

We have completed our fingertip Chinese knot painting here. Not only does it allow them to explore their creativity, but it also introduces them to the traditional art of Chinese knot painting. By using their fingertips as brushes, children can create unique and intricate designs that they can proudly display. This tutorial not only promotes artistic skills but also teaches patience and attention to detail. Don’t miss to share your opinion in the comment section. To explore more ideas & crafts please visit our other websites where you can get unlimited ideas for painting by using your fingertips.

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