It’s time to dive into your creative side and that means a winter craft project with Miss Shelley. Today she walks us through a fun project that will hit on all your senses! Grab some glitter, food coloring, baby oil, plastic jars, and glue and let’s get started!
We had so much fun creating these whimsical and glittery snowflakes.
Tis the season to be thankful and grateful for so many blessings. This year why not share some of the things you are most grateful for with your family by creating a Thanksgiving Jar. Miss Shelley walks us through this easy project and tells us what inspired her to make these with her students.
Who doesn’t love those fall flavors! It’s time for some fall spiced fun with the one and only Miss. Shelley! It’s time for a Cinnamon Playdough recipe that only uses 5 simple ingredients.
These easy projects are perfect big orange crafts for your little ones.
Time for some red, white, and blue projects that will be fun for children of all ages!
Summer vacation is in full swing and if you are searching for fun ways to keep your kiddos or teens busy you aren’t alone. Our friend Miss Shelley with Creative Art with Miss Shelley and her special helper Ava are showing us just how easy it is to make slime at home!
It’s time for some creative projects for your family with Miss Shelley! Having fun and spending time with your kiddos can be as easy as some rice, food coloring, glue, and paint! Today Miss Shelley walks us through one of her favorite rainbow tree projects. It’s an easy and exciting project that’s fun for children of all ages. For more information on taking one of Miss Shelley’s art classes you can log onto creativeartinfo.com
With spring break right around the corner, we thought it would be fun to give you some creative ideas you could try at home with your kiddos or you can head to one of Miss.Shelley’s art class at The Creative Art Studio. Get ready for some colorful fun as Miss. Shelley walks us through some simple ways to keep those little hands busy during their time away from the classroom.
Florence Henderson, who went from Broadway star to become one of America’s most beloved television moms in “The Brady Bunch,” has died, her manager and her publicist said. She was 82.