This watercolor cacti + succulent painting project was inspired by the iridescent colors, interesting shapes, and varied textures of these beautiful plants!
We received two Charlotte magazine “Best of the Best” in 2013 and 2014 - Thank You!
These stunning cotton batiks are fun for kids of all ages to create!
There are tons of recipes for homemade play dough, but this is the best we've found! It's soft, easy to work with, and not sticky or crumbly! This recipe makes about three to four large fist-sized balls of dough; adjust as necessary to make more.
These DIY owl masks are a simple and easy fall craft for kids of all ages! Creative kids busted out about 200 of these at our Fall Festival last weekend and we wanted to share the "recipe" to inspire creativity at home!
Enjoy these images from our Annual Fall Festival on Sat., Oct. 26th!
Here's another quick and easy DIY Halloween project! This one-eyed flying bat likes to hear himself talk! He can't see where he's going but he sure does have a lot to say!
Who hasn't dreamed of owning a cuddly little bat as a pet? Thanks to this easy DIY craft made out of a recycled box, kids can create a whole colony without needing a rabies shot or worrying about neighbors calling the Health Department.
We have a delightful little group of 3-5 year old artists in our classes this Fall - some of whom are new to exploring with art materials and some who, even at their short stature, try to teach us a thing or two. Regardless of age, any lesson that involves color mixing is always a hit!
Who doesn't love a good old fashioned diorama?