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Fun with Resin! Letters with Mica Powders

Posted by Ashley Connell on

Fun with Resin! Letters with Mica Powders

  If you’re from the south, you know how trendy monograms are! From purses to polos and everything in  between..there’s a monogram or letter with their initials. You know who else loves their initials? Teenagers! We’ll admit, it’s fun to smack your first initial on your favorite notebook or wallet. There’s a  sense of ownership and a bit of whimsy!   With that said, are you ready to jump on the monogram/initial bandwagon? We have the perfect DIY for you! Colorful letter keychains can run $25+ at a department store or boutique. But, with some resin and our Ultra Fine Mica...

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Summertime Paper Kite Craft for Kids

Posted by Elizabeth Berg on

Summertime Paper Kite Craft for Kids
Although many of our favorite warm-weather activities are canceled this year, we’re making a point to keep our summer fun-filled! And what’s more fun and magical than flying a kite?

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Beyond Storage - Ways to use Art Trays

Posted by Elizabeth Berg on

Beyond Storage - Ways to use Art Trays
As parents, we’re always hoping to encourage creativity (which tends to get messy), while keeping things manageable for ourselves and our sanity. Because, yes, a dried pasta noodle party in the kitchen would result in cute, strung necklaces and a lot of great fine motor practice. But, it would be a huge mess that we don’t have time/want to clean up!

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Get Ready for Spring with this Fun 3D Balloon Craft

Posted by Elizabeth Berg on

Get Ready for Spring with this Fun 3D Balloon Craft
Get ready for spring with this hot air balloon craft and our new Pastel Dab and Dot markers!

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Halloween Art Using the Concept of Pointillism

Posted by Yvonne Wang-Silonga on

Halloween Art Using the Concept of Pointillism

Hallo-ween doing everyone? Did anyone purchase their Halloween costume already or preparing for a Halloween Party at home or school? Using Doodle Hog NOYO Crayons and/or Dab and Dot Markers, you can have children create Halloween Decor that'll make a great display you can decorate the walls of your home with or showcase on a classroom bulletin board. The decor can feature a Halloween theme, asserted Jack-o-lanterns, a story you've read; or have kids create what they want be for Halloween!  What is Pointillism? According to Wikipedia, Georges Seurat and Paul Signac developed the technique of Pointillism in 1886. It is a technique of...

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