These are art kits that my daughter and I put together when I realized that our lists might be overwhelming: 45 Art Gifts for Seriously Arty Kids by my daughter, and 10 Inspirational Art Books for Arty Kids.
p.s. More art gift posts:
Art Kit To Encourage Creativity
Art Kit for Doodlers
+ = This is a wonderfully portable art kit for use on airplanes, restaurants, or in the car. With colored illustration pens, and a compact sketchbook, it also fits easily into a backpack for on the go fun. This DIY art kit for doodlers is $23.
Art Kit for Kids Who Draw Manga
Art Kit for On The Fly Artists
Art Kit for Watercolor Artists
Art Kit for Art History Buffs
+ + = This is a kit to inspire kids to imitate the masters. Visit an art museum, read up on the artist and his work and then try to duplicate it at home or at the museum. This DIY art kit for art history buffs is $76.
Art Kit for 15 Minutes of Art Daily
+ + = I used this book to jumpstart my creative process by making art 15 minutes a day. I used watercolor but this kit is for drawing using charcoal. This kit is especially good for adults and it’s $54.
Art Kit for “Art Therapy”
+= This kit is for letting your inner artist go crazy. You can wreck this journal. Seriously, you are encouraged to destroy it, hence the “art therapy” part. Think of it as an art boxing heavybag! This kit to encourage art expression is just $22.
Inktober Art Kit for 30 Days of Ink Drawings
+ + = For kids and adults who want to participate in Jake Parker’s 30 days of drawing InkTober challenge, this kit will help get your started. This DIY art kit for Inktober is $52.
p.s. More about Art Colleges from our college tours:
and some fun stuff …
If you are visiting New York City, here are our cheap foodie finds.
To examine any book more closely at Amazon, please click on image of book.
As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.
BEST #OWNVOICES CHILDREN’S BOOKS: My Favorite Diversity Books for Kids Ages 1-12 is a book that I created to highlight books written by authors who share the same marginalized identity as the characters in their books.