Do you have a giant stack of coloring pages and art projects hidden somewhere in the house? Put those gems on display!
My daughters and I love to do art projects together but it’s a shame when nobody else can see them. I came up with a temporary way to display the art pages on an empty wall in my house using the mini 3M sticky hooks, twine and mini clothes pins I found at Target. You can also use QuickStick temporary hooks if your wall is smooth.
On display right now on our wall are some preschool projects, fingers paintings from my toddler and some of my Art Therapy coloring pages. What I love about doing an art display “clothes line” is that you can switch up the artwork as new pieces are made and everyone gets a chance to display their creations – even mom!
Over the last three months I’ve been taking time for myself to color using Art Therapy coloring books. The Art Therapy coloring books are great for adults and kids alike and they arrive like a magazine subscription. Their motto is “creativity, positivity and relaxation” which is exactly what I’m looking for. Each magazine contains little art lessons, life lessons and even a little history lesson.
The Art Therapy coloring books are full of intricate, delicate patterns to color and make your own. They are designed to help relieve stress and provide an outlet to let your creativity flourish and gives mom an excuse to take some time for herself. When the kids aren’t taking my coloring books for themselves, I get so enthralled with each page that everything else on my mind goes away for a while.
Art Therapy sends free gifts with each order, like colored pencils and markers, which I keep hidden away from the kids. Their coloring supplies have fine tips which work perfectly to get in the tiny patterns.
If you are interested in learning more about the ordering process for Art Therapy and the free gifts they are offering, you can visit www.arttherapycollection.com.
Mother’s Day is coming up! Art Therapy coloring books would be an excellent Mother’s Day gift!