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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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Shark Craft

Posted by Elizabeth Berg on

Shark Craft
From scary movies to old tales from the sea, sharks are one of Earth's oldest animals. Take a deep breath and dive into this fun craft! 

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Different Ways to Use Watercolor Pens and Refillable Pens

Posted by Yvonne Wang-Silonga on

Different Ways to Use Watercolor Pens and Refillable Pens
Watercolor Pens are pretty magical! The ink is stored in the barrel of the pens, omitting the use of having to have brushes with separate watercolor palettes. Being able to use beautiful and vibrantly pigmented colors, without needing to have a cup of water to clean the brush before and after each use is one of the many perks of these pens. Space saving and easy to use, there is virtually no clean up necessary, except for just putting the cap back on. It’s as easy, if not easier than using markers. The fineline tip make it easy to add details and leave swift marks in whatever composition you want. The flexible sturdy tip also gives you great control over how you want to elaborate on your art.

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Fall Tree Tissue Paper Transfer Collage

Posted by Yvonne Wang-Silonga on

Fall Tree Tissue Paper Transfer Collage
Here’s a fun autumn activity the kids can do with bleeding tissue paper, glue, scraps of brown paper, a water spray and blank white paper.

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