Are you a parent who wonders what to do with all the things your child creates? Decorate with kid’s crafts and use them in your home! Over the years, our kids make so many precious things and we always feel guilty about getting rid of any of them. For me, I keep a little box of my favorite things they have made and I also decorate with my kids’ crafts!
Gabrielle is our little artist. I incorporated a gallery wall in her bedroom to hang her art pieces. Her drawings decorate our fridge and we actually use her clay projects in our home.
The pieces Gabrielle has created with clay are some of my favorites to use around our home. The Pottery Cool Studio is real pottery that your kids can do themselves! It’s easy to use and easy to clean up and your child can create COOl stuff that they can really use with it!
Since Gabrielle has taken a few summer clay camps, she knew exactly what to do with the Pottery Cool Studio. Once the batteries were put in it, she was on her way.
The studio comes with all the tools needed to make any creation.
Gabrielle asked me what I would like her to make and I said I could use a pen holder when I write.
She got to work.
The clay is air-dry so once she was done molding it, we set it aside over-night to dry.
The next day, she painted it.
We loved the paint colors the studio came with. They were almost iridescent.
The pencil holder is perfect for my needs and it adds a lot of joy to my writing process each day.
Gabrielle always gets excited to see her art work used and displayed in our home and I am happy to have it. Time has flown by with our kids. They are growing up way too fast and I want to savor every minute I have with them. I am going to miss all the crafts they make when they are grown and out of the house and if I can decorate with our kids’ crafts just a little bit longer, I am going to embrace that privilege.
You can purchase the Pottery Cool Studio at Walmart. It is a great gift idea if you have a creative little on your list this year. Gabrielle wants to get one for all of her friends.
How do you incorporate your kid’s crafts in your home?
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.