This solid maple flower is designed to store your watercolor painting jars. Waldorf homeschoolers dedicate time each week to the art of watercolor painting. Children practice care for their materials, focus on the art and its story, discovery of blending colors, and expression of beauty in this craft.
The table is arranged with a painting board, paper, brushes, and paints. The most common method is wet-on-wet watercolor painting, which requires a soaked paper and diluted paints. The paints are mixed with water into jars and placed within reach. Our Flower Jar Holder stores these jars, keeping them neat and tidy. You can paint directly from the jars in the holder or use it simply for storage. It holds seven 2-ounce jars with the thought that the middle jar can be used for brush cleaning water if desired.
Another idea is to use the flower as a sorting tray. It will hold small objects such as the colored wool balls in the photos (balls not included).
The oil finish polishes the wood but might stain from paint spills. The waterproof finish will wipe clean.