D I Y
AT HOME KITS
NEW! safe, clean, fun
We’re excited to announce our DIY kits, made with love and over 10 years of experience keeping kids busy, happy and creative… for as long as possible ;)
We started with clay because kids LOVE it! They will go, and go, and go, allowing you to nap, and nap, and nap, as needed. Bake it in your oven at 275 degrees and you’re done!
Watch our Facebook Live free class on Tuesday 3/24 at 10am and we’ll show you all sorts of fun tricks.
DIY CRAYON KIT
Watch our Facebook Live free class on Wednesday 3/25 at 10am and we’ll show you how to make your own crayons in 4 easy steps and give your kids creative ideas for making their banners.
Melt old crayons in one of our silicone molds and create your own multi-colored crayons in fun shapes. We’ll send you the silicone molds and a bag of previously used crayons incase you don’t have any around, and don’t worry: These crayons were put into ziploc bags over a year ago and our studio is 100% coronavirus free and has been empty for 9 days. We're also sending a large sheet of banner paper for the whole family to test out their crayons.
WOOD/ PAINT KITS
Watch our Facebook Live free class on Thursday 3/26 at 10am and we’ll show you how to sand, paint and color block, along with smart tips for making it plant ready. You can also just use it for organization!
We chose this triple planter because multiple people can work on it at once, making it a great family project. On our sample we used tape for color blocking, but you can paint it any way you like! Challenge your kids to paint every side of all 3 planters as well as the base and they’ll be busy for quite some time. We’ll be coming out with a DIY planting kit very soon so they can learn about how to grow from seed, and you can check “Science” off the list.
n.a neighborhood studio & creative art store
Creativities is a DIY Studio - a place to gather and make things with your own two hands once again. From Modern Crafting to Gardening or Sewing & Fashion Design, we’re bringing back the skills, creativity and love that used to be a part of everyday life. We think our world could use a little more slowing down, getting our hands dirty and rediscovering…
“the art and pure joy of making things.”