Posts tagged "art"
Review: Sticky Mosaics

Review: Sticky Mosaics

Is your kid bored? Are you out of awesome craft ideas? Well, Sticky Mosaics are here to help!
MAQET Review: Design Your Own Toys

MAQET Review: Design Your Own Toys

We review MAQET sculptures and tell you how to make your own. Plus an exclusive MAQET discount code!
CanvasPop Review - From Instagram to Fine Art

CanvasPop Review – From Instagram to Fine Art

A cool service that takes the photos from your phone and puts them on canvas - gallery style - ready-to-hang, with no need for additional framing.
How To: Showcase Your Child's Art

How To: Showcase Your Child’s Art

Do you have a mountain of your child's artwork? Anna explains the various ways she displays and stores her daughter's masterpieces.
Kid Style: Lucinda's Nursery

Kid Style: Lucinda’s Nursery

Peek inside the darling nursery of sweet Lucinda, anchored by strong graphic art and soft accents.
Peekaboo Forest

Peekaboo Forest

Combining the amazing visuals of graphic designer Charley Harper with the inquisitiveness of little fingers, Peekaboo Forest is a great "first" iPad game.
Grafix Pottery Wheel for Kids

Grafix Pottery Wheel for Kids

Today we're taking a test drive with Grafix's Pottery Wheel, an intro to clay throwing kit in a box for kids. It's an interesting concept; but how does it work in real life? Read on to find out.
Make Gifts from Your Kid's Artwork

Make Gifts from Your Kid’s Artwork

Whoever said that home made gifts were the best never had a paper plate turkey presented to them as a birthday surprise. But if you've got kids who love to create art, there are some decent ways to turn those projects into keepsakes.
Wonderful World of Wookie the Chew

Wonderful World of Wookie the Chew

James Hance's whimsical, beautiful take on combining the Star Wars mythos with the world of Winnie the Pooh is fun for dads and kids alike.
The Art of Kristiana Parn

The Art of Kristiana Parn

I first discovered Kristiana Parn‘s artwork a few years ago when researching prints for our nursery. While we ended up largely using art that we already had for the project, I’ve been repeatedly drawn back to her images for inspiration. Her paintings of rabbits, foxes, flowers and pandas are subtle, soft reminders of the uplifting...
Adobe Ideas

Adobe Ideas

Adobe Ideas was one of the premiere “launch titles” for the Apple iPad. It brought basic but dependable creation tools to the device that many (myself included) often referred to as a consumption machine. The iPad has been a constant source of joy to my daughter, a four year old who loves to draw. While...
Introducing: Feltidermy

Introducing: Feltidermy

There’s nothing more manly than whiskey and taxidermy. Whiskey is never appropriate for kids. And unless your little ones are ultra-rugged, having Bambi tacked up on the wall is probably a nightmare-in-waiting. That’s why I was psyched to find Feltidermy. Etsy seller Girlsavage creates these incredibly cute, yet still kind of dudely sculptures which merge...