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Many times I’ve been asked about the materials we use at the studio. So, here’s a cool gift guide for kids who are really invested in exploring arts and crafts. Give them the gift of art, whether they are painting, drawing, sculpting or crafting. Here are 21 gifts to consider:
Comic Book Kit
This kit combines drawing with storytelling. Best for ages 6 and up.
2. Arts and Crafts Metallic Library
For your tiny crafting queen
3. Winter Wonderland Kit
I love this one because you can display it through the holiday season!
4. MOMA Kits
This kit is great for kids 6 and older. Van Gogh genius in a box!
5. Wood Parts MiniWorlds
For the kid who loves to build things, this box is a world of possibilities. Just use White glue and watercolors!
6. Polymer Clay Kit
Create your own charms and miniature objects by sculpting colorful clay!
7. Polymer Clay Charms
Sculpt unique charms. If your kid loves friendship bracelet, this is a twin obsession! Best for kids 7 and older.
8. Model Magic Sculpting Clay
The possibilities are endless! Pinterest search it and you can sculpt anything out of model magic. For all ages!
9. STEAM Play and Learn DIY Projects
If you love educational DIY books, get this one. It’s full of fun inexpensive educational projects. For all ages.
10. Best Color Pencils
For your drawing obsessed kid, these are worth every penny! Best for kids 4 and older.
11. Oil Pastels
These oil pastels are student grade, but their pigment feels like artist grade. Good for every age!
12. Crayola Construction Paper Crayons
After kids use these they don’t like to go back to regular crayons. Construction Paper crayons are pretty waxy and great for coloring on colored paper, and any paper really! For all ages.
13. White Gel pen on and Black Paper
Sometimes, kids just want to experiment, and drawing on black paper with white ink takes it to the next level! For all ages.
14. Washi Tape Art
Kids can’t get enough of this! We go through so many rolls in the studio. Surprise them with color paper and washi tape and just sit back and relax. Best for kids 4 and older.
15. Watercolor Cake Set
We use them all time, and kids learn quickly to swirl the brush long enough to get the dry paint out. For all ages.
16. Books About Artists
This one is among favorite books! Best for 6 and older.
17. Coloring Books
Not just a coloring book, it’s also great for learning to draw. Good for kids 4 and older.
18. Ikea Coloring Poster
This coloring roll is perfect for an activity if you are traveling during the holidays. For ages 4 and older.
19. Ikea Squeezable Paints
Messy put fun, these squeezable paints are great for kids all ages.
20. Artist Wooden Model
These models make great canvases for designing fashion dolls of any kind. Use with paint, permanent markers and fabric and yarn. All ages.
21. Dry Erase Board
Kids love dry erase boards. Great for doodling, writing and just loosening the drawing muscles. We use it everyday before bedtime. You can take them anywhere too. For ages 2 and up.