Home Indoor Fun Can-did Art By JacquiBJanuary 1, 2008 Search more like this kid-friendlyknow-howartwaxlittle-onedraweyecharcoallayernoodlebambooprintingfoambackground Read next Indoor Fun 12 Creative Crazy Hair Ideas That Won’t Stress You Out Indoor Fun Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya Is Making a Big Splash Indoor Fun KEVIN! “Home Alone” House is LEGO’s Latest Epic Set Indoor Fun The Best Advent Calendars of 2021 Indoor Fun 10 Perfect Persian Recipes Kids Will Love Of course everything Little One creates is a masterpiece in your eyes, even all of those noodle necklaces. We know how precious a scribble can be and just how many of them can turn up when the little ones are on a roll. Want to amp up your refrigerator art gallery? Move beyond basic art projects with kid-friendly (ages three and up) kits ($24) from Eye Can Art, a company started by three Seattle moms. Three kits have been flying off the shelves of some of our favorite children’s shops: Printmaking, Wax Drawing, and Japanese style Brush Painting. The kits come in re-usable paint-can-esque buckets packed full of everything Little One needs to make dramatic cut-paper collages, layered encaustic wax drawings, and traditional brush paintings with chop-block signatures. These kits are totally complete. The Brush Painting kit, for example, contains black liquid watercolor, a sponge, Sumi-e paper, a bamboo brush, a foam chop, a wood block, printing ink, black mounting paper, and adhesive dots. If some of those words sound technical, it’s because they are! This is no watered-down version of art; this is the real deal. Instructions are easy to follow and background information helps Little One learn the history of each style of art. Coming soon: Collage, Book Making, Charcoal Drawing, Painting, and Color Mixing. Inspired! Eye Can Art Available locally at Izilla Toys, Planet Happy Toys, Retroactive Kids and Urban Kids Play (business closed).