Art + Drawing
  • When it comes to cartoons, some of the smallest details can make the biggest difference. (What would Garfield be without his sardonic, half-lidded eyes or Odie without his long, slobbery tongue?) The most expressive characters are made in those tiny strokes of the pen in rendering the facial features. Below are dozens of ideas and how-tos for eyes, noses, ears, mouths and hair.
    Jessie Oleson Moore
  • Got more canvas tote bags than you know what to do with? Us too. Rather than let them pile up in the closet, give 'em new life! All you need is a stencil and a little paint.
    Bluprint
  • Do you have old T-shirts you never wear lying around your house? Us, too. We’re constantly looking for new ideas on how to revamp these fabrics, and what better way to make something old look prettier than by adding butterflies? This project is perfect for you and your kiddo, too!
    Bluprint
  • No cookie cutter kid's art here! This letter art project is the perfect way to get those creative juices flowing: You help them with the basic setup, and then the kids can totally take it from there.
    Sara Barnes
Put down that phone and DRAW your selfie instead! Our Jump Into Drawing class will give you all the skills you need to nail the perfect self portrait.
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