We had fun working with these juniors on their “Drawing Badge” were they sketched, doodled, shaded, and colored a person or thing to incorporate into a 3D creation.
Mission accomplished. They definitely used our resources wisely.
We’ve got a great month planned for you.
Follow our daily instagram posts with the hashtag #createhearts featuring hearts of all varieties to inspire lovingness.
We have our usual open studio time, deal times and days, Messy Toddler Art Fun, Field Trip visits, Troop visits, Machine Sewing classes, Girls Club Strong Confidence Classes, A Pinspired Night, parents Night Out, M.A.T.E.S. Steam Night, Birthday Parties, a Spotlight on YARN and Oak Parks Super Saturday!
Let’s have a lovely time creating together.
We are so excited that it’s October!
We’ve got great things planned so be sure to spend some creative time with us.
In addition to drop-in D.I.Y. creating we have a new feature at CReATE where we’ll be spotlighting one of our core material themes with ideas, inspirations and a top or two. This month we’re spotlighting paper and it’s many uses in creative expression. Take a look at our Ociber banner here and you’ll see it’s versatility in this one project alone!
We’ll be on the road a bit this month, spending a weekend at The City of Agoura Hills Reyes Adobe Days to spark creativity as well as Westlake Village’s City Celebration with our @WestlakeVillageRocks good vibes rock painting. We’ll be at E.A.R.T.H.S Magnet for spooky fun too.
We have our awesome lineup of creative outlets in Two for One Tuesdays, Easy Project Wednesdays, Homeschool Thursdays, Machine Sewing, Girls Club Strong, Messy Toddler Art Fun, Birthday Parties, Troop visits, Spotlight on Paper, Try-it Cart fun with Oil Pastels, Featured Material of The Week items and a FREE Crafty Happy Hour this Friday from 3-5.
Let’s get our creativity flowing starting today with Two for One Tuesday where two CReATE to the price of one, that’s extra fun!
When we say hands on we mean it…
One of many ways to be hands on at CReATE this month is by trying your hand at paper mache like our friend here is.
It’s messy, it’s fun and you can create 3D things with it, kind of the old school version of a 3D printer process.
Come explore and make with us.