Earth Day is tomorrow and Green Child Magazine features some Kid-Friendly Ways to Celebrate Earth Day, including using our Natural Earth Paint products! The article gives ideas from creating a butterfly garden to visiting a local farmer's market to celebrate the Earth's natural wonders. The article also links to Nature-inspired Art Projects + Making Your Own Paints & Brushes written by Natural Earth Paint owner, Leah Fanning! You can learn how to make natural paints...
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Earth Day is coming up on April 22nd! Here are a few creative ideas for eco-friendly activities you can do with your family! 1. Admire a few eco-friendly artists (or become one yourself!) This article in Huffington Post highlights a few incredible artists who focus their artwork on sustainability and environmentalism. Many of the pieces are created with either natural materials or recycled plastic! You can also become an eco-artist yourself! With...
In honor of Earth Day on April 22nd, we have taken the traditional craft of paper marbling and adapted it into a 100% natural, non-toxic and earth-based activity using earth pigments, walnut oil and a plant based glue.
This is a fun and fascinating way to create unique paint designs on paper for cards and decorations. The process works by having the paint sit right on the surface of the water, so that it can easily get picked up by paper.
Parenting blog, Rainy Day Sunny Play, mentioned our Earth Paint Kit in an article highlighting the benefits of children getting messy with paint.
Check out the entire article here: https://rainydaysunnyplay.com/2017/11/02/let-them-paint-why-messy-painting-is-worth-your-clean-up-efforts/
Glitter is a fun way to add some dimension and sparkle to your Easter crafts, but did you know that glitter is also an ecological hazard? Most glitter is made of plastic, and its small size makes it easy for fish and other animals to consume.
So why not make an all natural form of glitter?
The Indy Style segment on Indianapolis station WISH-TV names the Earth Flag Craft Kit as one of the best Earth Day activities for kids!
Check out the full segment here: http://wishtv.com/2018/03/23/stem-earth-day-activities-for-kids/
Happy first week of spring! Now for all the expecting mothers out there, here’s a quick little tutorial on how to bring some natural color and creativity to your baby shower celebrations with our natural paint kits!
Check out what Lara Tumer of Heavy has to say about our Natural Egg Dye Kit!.
Read the full article at Heavy.com: https://heavy.com/home/2018/03/best-natural-easter-egg-dye-kit/
Confetti eggs are a fun and eco-friendly Easter tradition that you can easily make with kids at home! by Hannah Medina SUPPLIES Eggs 1 Natural Egg Dye Kit Large Needle Leaves or Edible Paper Hole Punch Tissue Paper Glue Emptying the Egg 1. To empty the contents of the egg, you’ll need eggs, a sharp object (I’ll be using a seam ripper), and a bowl to catch the egg...
Check out some great eco-friendly outdoor birthday party ideas.
Please read the full article here in the Green Child Magazine website: https://www.greenchildmagazine.com/outdoor-birthday-party-games/
Super Creative Natural Easter Crafts for your toddler to make or give as an Easter gift!
Please read the full article here on The Tot's Blog: https://www.thetot.com/baby-and-toddler/tot-craft-corner-easter-craft-ideas/