How Being Creative Supports Emotional Growth and Healing
These days are unprecedented and actually quite crazy. Many find these times to be unsettling, filled with anxiety and even downright scary. When it comes to kids (of all ages), research show that being creative supports emotional growth and healing. Through the act of making things, kids get to be inventive. Ideas, trials and tribulations get worked out in the creative process. This can help with learning how to manage frustration. When crafting together with kids, they often open up verbally and share more than they might in a straight on conversation.
We have teamed up with one of our favorite vendors, Ann Williams Group, and four of our favorite bloggers to share some projects using kits from Ann Williams that could really be supporting right now.
We are also doing a super fun giveaway. You can enter to win these FOUR kits!
Laura from Me and My INKlings whipped up a bright and cheery decoration to add some joy inside the home. Right now, every little bit of extra color and happy makes a big difference. The Unicorn String Art kit is perfect for this.
Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama worked together with her daughter to create crazy adorable Surprise Balls.
Ann Williams makes award winning craft kits for kids of all ages. Their team of creatives is second to none, always coming up with new and better ways to get people to explore their artsy, creative sides. You can shop all of our arts and crafts in our online store and we will ship them to you. If you are local, we offer curbside pickup and delivery right now too.