Here are the three activities that could help you if you’re looking for a creative way to get yourself moving with some art and craft projects or maybe to retreat for a short time each day to make sense of life. Modify them to make them your own and stick with the one that suits you best.
some parents are apprehensive about printing at home with their children, so we’ve put together some tips for parents and some printmaking activities you might like to try
If you find yourself marooned alone in isolation or unexpectedly at home with a bunch of children for longer than the anticipated two week Easter holidays, here are a few distractions to pass the time.
I like to have a supply of cards printed and ready to send. It’s easy to cut a few foam shapes, stick them onto a piece of cardboard and start printing these colourful cards.
It’s so rare to send letters nowadays that it’s worth a little effort to make it extra special. A lined envelope is glamorous but incredibly simple to do.
Are you curious about printmaking? Would you like to learn how to make a screen print or cut lino? Make this the year that you book a printmaking class and try it out.