Paper crafts are a fun and easy way for kids to get crafty. With a material as simple as paper, the creative opportunities are endless. But just because paper is a simple material, does not mean paper crafts have to be plain. When it comes to creative paper crafts, Creativity for Kids puts a unique spin on the classic paper crafting for kids to easily enjoy.
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You can roll it, stretch it, and mold it into practically any shape imaginable, but creating with clay holds benefits beyond just the creative kind. Without even realizing it, while your young artists are molding their clay masterpiece, they are also molding and enhancing their personal development. Here are 4 benefits to creating with clay.
This cherry blossom illustration tutorial is here just in time for spring! Cherry Blossom trees, forsythia, tulips, daffodils, hyacinths are all abloom. Follow as artist Mou Saha shares her drawing tutorial using Polychromos color pencils and Goldfaber color pencils.
With the weather warming up, signs of life are popping up everywhere. Flowers, baby animals, critters are all around. Create a woodland illustration in honor of spring with artist Mou Saha using Pitt Artist Pen and Goldfaber Aqua Dual Markers.
Bullet Journal inspiration for the month of May. Join artist Mou Saha as she creates a monthly opener using Pitt Artist Pens and Goldfaber Aqua Dual Markers. May is the month when we celebrate Mother’s Day. In keeping with the idea of the protective and caring mama bear, we are drawing a polar bear mom and her cubs.
Soft pastels are unique, owning a culmination of qualities that cannot be found in other creative mediums. If asked to describe soft pastels, phrases that are bound to be used typically include: easily blendable, versatile, and pigment packed. However, beyond physical features, soft pastels can also be described as calming and healing. Tapping into the emotional side of creating with pastels, explore Nagomi art.
You are full of unique ideas and creativity, and you need colored pencils to match your brilliant energy. With a stylish design and vibrant bright colors, our Black Edition Color Pencils do just that. Kids, teens, and adults alike can enjoy the brilliance of Black Edition.
Kawaii art and all its adorableness has emerged in popularity throughout the last few years and it’s no surprise why. More than just a style of art, Kawaii is a strong part of Japanese culture that has evolved to an aesthetic appreciated globally. The word “kawaii” is a Japanese concept that translates closest to the word “cute” in English. Whether you are looking for cute characters, vibrant colors, or something more abstract, kawaii art can be found in many forms, from paintings and drawings to digital art.
Create a DIY Mother's Day Card with artist Mou Saha. Using brightly colored Pitt Artist Pens, draw mom a beautiful bouquet with this Mother's Day tutorial.
Every artist is inspired to paint for various reasons. Fueled by self-expression, stress relief, or simply an innate drive to create, paint is a versatile medium every artist can enjoy. Paint favorites include watercolor, acrylic, and oil paint all possess qualities that make them unique and different from each other. Learn their differences and let’s get painting.
Mindfulness is a powerful practice that can bring peace and balance to our lives. It involves being conscious of our thoughts, emotions, and actions, and understanding how they can influence us daily. While mindfulness has become increasingly popular with adults, children can also benefit from the practice.
A watercolor painting tutorial to welcome spring! With the arrival of spring, new life appears everywhere. Follow along as artist Mou Saha paints a baby chick using our Watercolors in Pans.
Hand lettering is more than just creating fancy letters, it’s a form of art. Through various techniques and styles, hand lettering adds character and creativity to traditional handwriting. Although often compared to calligraphy, the freedom behind the strokes and design of hand lettering delivers a modern twist on the classic design.
This collage art lesson for kids teaches students about artist Eric Carle and his book "Dream Snow." Students can paint, cut, and design a collage to create their own Carle-inspired masterpiece!
A watercolor tutorial by artist Mou Saha to celebrate Holi, also known as the Festival of Colors. Follow along as we take you step by step through sketching your art and making it come alive with our vibrant Watercolors in Pans.
Students will discover the art of creating a tessellation and discover the idea of having the image repeat itself to create a pattern. We will observe and study the work of Escher and his optical image masterpieces. We will use watercolor pencils in order to depict patterns, and focus on blending techniques as well as study the art of repetition in a work of art.
This Pitt Pastel tutorial by artist Janis Doukakis goes in depth! Learn all about our Pitt Pastel Pencils along with basic techniques that will improve your art. With those newly learned pastel techniques, follow along with a winter blue jay tutorial.
In this art lesson for kids, students will learn about the history and details behind Japanese umbrellas. While learning, they will create an umbrella art product focusing on color, composition, and balance concepts using mixed media art materials. Create a watercolor umbrella project with this lesson by Amy Friedman.
The World of Eric Carle has partnered with Faber-Castell® USA’s Creativity for Kids® brand, to create a series of children’s craft kits featuring Eric Carle’s timeless story The Very Hungry Caterpillar, set to launch this Spring 2023. The partnership was brokered by The Joester Loria Group, exclusive global licensing agent for The World of Eric Carle.
Some Bullet Journal January calendar inspiration to start off 2023! Follow along with artist Mou Saha as she creates an inspiring Bullet Journal spread using Pitt Artist Pens and Goldfaber Aqua Dual Markers.