Gift ideas for Creative Kids
Artist Studio Monster Art Center
Monster Art Center from Alex
Packed full of stuff to keep artists of all ages busy! Contains 12 watercolor paints with palette, 28 colored pencils, 24 oil pastels, 26 crayons, 30 markers, water bottle, 2 brushes, sponge, 2 artist pencils, sharpener, eraser, clear and white glue. 132 pieces in all. Sturdy 9 x 13" art case fitted with trays that open out to access supplies.
3D Printing Pen Art Tool
Scribbler 3D Printing Pen
3D Printing pens replace ink with a special plastic that melts inside the pen which is used to draw in the air or on a surface to create 3D objects. 3D Printing Plastic cools down very fast which makes the whole process safe and easy to use. Scribbler 3D printing pen is perfect for kids and adults, it is fun no matter what you make. Scribbler 3D pen comes with 3 loops of plastic filament to get you started!
Origami Fun Kit for Beginners
Learn Origami Kit from Dover
This affordable origami kit includes everything needed by beginners to master the age-old art of paperfolding.
• 3 great starter books
• 55 fun-to-do projects
• Over 1,000 illustrations
• 96 sheets of authentic origami paper in vibrant hues, rainbow patterns, and metallic colored foils.
Claymation Studio 3.0 Deluxe
With Claymation Studio 3.0 Deluxe you can easily create stop-motion video. Capture images of clay action figures, still photos and drawings to create your own stop-motion movie. USB Camera included! Storyboard view the frames in sequence for easy editing. Import your photos from digital camera or PC. Display screen capture images using webcam camcorder and more. Onionskin and Rotoscope features help shaping and positioning a figure with ease.
Art Dolls Kit
Art Doll Kit from Artterro
Fun friends to design, dress and treasure forever. Cut, sew and glue four unique dolls and turn them into bookmarks, room decorations, gift tags or even pins to wear.
Craft four fun dolls and turn them into decorations, scrapbook covers or friends to play with. Kit includes assortment of recycled handmade paper, felt dresses, beads, needles and thread. Ages 7 and up.
Scratchboard Doodle Pad
Scratch Art Boards
Exciting patterns hide under the matte black coating. Use the wooden stylus to reveal them with a simple scratch. 16 high quality Scratch Art pages - 8 rainbow, 8 silver holographic in a convenient spiral bound tablet. The stylus fits into a built-in holder.
Very popular with adults too.
Easy to use with amazing results.
Paint by Number
Paint by Number- Sunlit Pals
This kit contains everything needed to create a beautiful acrylic painting of playful dolphins . Paint by number is a great learning method and practice for handling paint and control of brushstrokes.
This kit includes:
Pre mixed acrylic paints
Pre-printed 9 x 12" canvas
My First Scribble Pad
My First Scribble Pad
Let's not forget the littlest artists.
My First Scribble pad is 50 study pages of learning and discovery fun for little ones learning how to draw! Easy to follow scribbling activities on every page. Includes 70 stickers to decorate and add flair to all those wonderful scribbles!
Recommended for children 2 years of age and older.
Art Lab for Kids
Art Lab for Kids Book
"Written by a couple who run a successful combination art gallery and art school for children, this book presents the author's most popular art projects for youngsters, covering an ambitious range of materials and techniques. This guide offers a greater-than-average number of open-ended and inventive projects that can be taught to younger children and teens alike. Each project is paired with an example of a work by a modern master or living artist. VERDICT: Recommended particularly for teachers and parents." - Library Journal
Makey-Makey Arts, Tech and Science together
“Imagination is everything.
It is the preview of life's coming attractions.”
― Albert Einstein
Who is Makey Makey for?
Kids, Artists, Educators, Engineers, Inventors, Makers. Really it is for everyone. What materials work with Makey Makey? Ketchup, Pencil Graphite, Finger Paint, Fruits, Plants, Coins, Your Grandma, Silverware, and anything that is wet - pets, rain, and hundreds more. Really any material that can conduct at least a tiny bit of electricity What kind of things can you create? Make a banana piano, play Mario on a Play-Dough game pad, take a selfie of your cat every time she drinks water.