Kid Made Necklaces – Easy Art Project

Kid Made Necklaces – Easy Art Project

I know I talk about sculpey all the time but it’s just so good.  I’ve taught sculpey art classes for years and years and it’s always been the most popular class.  Kids love sculpey.  It’s easy to work with, has endless possibilities and the colors are absolutely fantastic.  Kid made necklaces are so cool no(…)

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Tinkerlab TInkering Space Series – Atelierista Interview

Tinkerlab TInkering Space Series – Atelierista Interview

Hey Guys.  I’m so honored to be over at Tinkerlab this week as part of the Tinkering Spaces Interview Series.  The uber talented and inspiring Rachelle Doorley, creator and author of renown blog Tinkerlab, interviewed me all about my role as Atelierista.  I invite you to pop over to Tinkerlab to read the interview and see some(…)

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Toddler Masterpiece Canvas Art

Toddler Masterpiece Canvas Art

My youngest, D, turned two yesterday.  In ways she’s grown up so fast and in others, she’s still such a little baby.  I was looking through some old pics and found these beautiful shots of some canvas art she made over a few weeks last fall.  I’m sure Gigi helped with it here and there but(…)

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Halloween Art Project – Pumpkin Party

Halloween Art Project – Pumpkin Party

This Halloween art project is AMAZING.   Let me preface with I don’t even like Halloween.  Before kids I was game to turn out all the lights and pretend I wasn’t home during trick or treat hours.  Shameful but true.  Now with two little ones totally obsessed with bones, princess costumes and monsters, it’s time(…)

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Make a Fruity Garland

Make  a Fruity Garland

Hey Everyone.  I haven’t said it lately.  Thank you so much for reading my blog! I am so grateful for all of your comments and questions and support. THANK YOU! Sincerely. In other news, it’s the jewish holiday of Sukkot.  Sukkot is a joyful, harvest holiday celebrated in autumn that I totally love.  Many families(…)

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Recycled Shape Art – Easy Art Projects for Kids

Recycled Shape Art – Easy Art Projects for Kids

Have you heard of London based artist, Marcus Oakley?  I was recently introduced to him by my friend Ana from BabbleDabbleDo via this gorgeous pinterest board.  He often uses simple shapes and color in his work that I thought would really speak to children.  These shape collages, in particular, really inspired me, so I decided to give them a try(…)

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Shredded Paper Ghost Garland

Shredded Paper Ghost Garland

It’s that time of year again.  You know, when you have to prep your children over and over that the things they are about to see are not real!  We’ve had more talks about bones, witches and monsters than I can count.  I’m happy to say  my prep talks have worked for the most part and my(…)

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Make a Clay Bird’s Nest

Make a Clay Bird’s Nest

Hey Everybody.  I’m so excited to be contributing over at Hello, Wonderful this week.  If you’re not familiar with this gorgeous resource for everything creative and crafty, please check them out.   Hello, Wonderful puts together a beautiful space of inspiring arts and crafts projects for all ages.  The pictures are gorgeous and you can save your(…)

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Make Washi Tape Rainsticks

Make Washi Tape Rainsticks

It’s no secret that California is suffering one of the worst droughts in it’s history.  We really need some rain yo!  In an effort to combine art, education and some good ol’ fashioned spiritual magic, we made rain sticks in art class last week.  We even did a rain dance at the end of class(…)

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Make and Play – The Easiest Puppet Theater for Kids

Make and Play – The Easiest Puppet Theater for Kids

A few days ago I told you about our epic Saturday in Santa Monica when we went to the park, saw a puppet show, made a washi tape mural and ate at one of the best deli’s in LA.  I promised I’d share how we used our mural.  Here it is! We made the easiest(…)

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