Create a Family Paint Night at Home!

Feb 10, 2020

Hi Friends! As you may know, each year I put on a dinner party for my 20- somethings kiddos and their dates. Last week, I revealed my Valentine’s table decor! This week I will show you how to put on a family paint night at home!

Inspired by my son’s trip to a wine and paint night class, I thought it would be a fun event to host at home!

This was super easy to put together and gather all of the items needed! With limited time and a few clicks online, Amazon brought all the supplies to my doorstep, lickety-split!

Here are sources for the supplies!

Plastic tablecloth

Large easels

Canvases 12 X 12

Small easels




I also found these fun games at the dollar store. I purchased four, one for each couple and hung them on the door hinges. It was a fantastic way to break the ice!!

Going online there are so many heart inspired paintings. I printed them out as idea boards and sprinkled them around the table.

Depending on how many people you are hosting, everything you need would run between $70-$150. I ended up not using the large easels. $10-$18 per person and you will have lots of leftovers for your next painting day!

Everyone had fun and were getting into their ART! Everyone’s piece was different and the table was full of giggles and conversation.

Here are our final creative works!! We definitely will do this family paint night at home again. It was so engaging for all and achieved my goal of having fun together with those that you love! I wish you the best in love, laughter, and friendship! I hope this inspires some ideas for you to host your own family paint night. XO. Happy Valentines Day! Till next week, Leslie

  • Bobbi Jo
    Posted at 06:54h, 10 February Reply

    Love this post! All of the paintings are beautiful. Great idea for family time.

    • Leslie Sinclair
      Posted at 07:06h, 10 February Reply

      Hi Bobbi Jo! It really was so much fun! Happy Valentines Day to you!!

  • Mary Eleanor Holloway
    Posted at 21:04h, 10 February Reply

    Great idea. Did you serve food?

    • Leslie Sinclair
      Posted at 06:30h, 12 February Reply

      Hi Mary Eleanor! If you look at the week before it shows tablescape and food. For Valentines, we have crafts and dinner. It is an all-day affair. Thanks for following along!!

  • Luisa R Patterson
    Posted at 19:40h, 12 February Reply

    Amiga this is so sweeeeeet πŸ™‚
    Thanks for sharing and feliz dia de San Valentine

    • Leslie Sinclair
      Posted at 06:16h, 17 February Reply

      Same to you! It is always a fun time of year!xo

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