Creative Gifts for Children
The Gift of Art
Here are some ideas for thoughtful creative gifts.
Ideal for stimulating curious minds, they provide an art-full alternative to traditional gifts – a great balance between art projects, inspiring artist and art history books, and gorgeous storage!
Each gift bundle is also at a great price – we’ve taken 15% off each item to bring you a variety of cost-effective gift options!
This small bundle of love is a great thoughtful gift for younger children. It includes:
A small storage basket with a red heart embroidered on the side, designed by the wonderful Edit58.
My Art Book of Love book filled with artworks and artists inspired by the theme of love.
This gift is fabulous to send to someone who might need a whole lot of love! It includes:
The Lots of Love art box, filled with art projects inspired by artists who include the theme of love in their work.
My Art Book of Love book which talks about artworks by artists inspired by love.
A small basket with a red heart embroidered on its side, in collaboration with Edit58.
This gift is perfect for the artistic child in your life! It includes:
The What a Wonderful World Art Box filled with art projects exploring the arts and cultures of the world.
The Art Book for Children, jam packed full of inspiring artists and artworks.
A large basket (in collaboration with Edit58) with a multi-coloured 'Creative' embroidered on its side, perfect to fill with all your art materials!
This gift is wonderful for those interested in reading more about art and art history: It includes:
The Art Book for Children Book, full of inspiration from artists past and present.
A large basket with multi-coloured 'Creative' embroidered on its side, in collaboration with the wonderful Edit58.
This gift is great for those who love to be inspired by artists, and create lots of love-inspired art! It includes:
The Lots of Love art box filled with 7 projects all inspired by the idea of love in art.
My Art Book of Love, filled with artists who have themselves depicted the idea of love in their artworks.
Artists have a number of tools that they can use to evoke emotions in their viewers - for example, light, perspective and composition. In this sketchbook, we are going to look in depth at how YOU can express your emotions in art, through the use of colour, portraiture, and by studying the work of Expressionist artists.
Most objects in space are so distant that even the latest generation of telescopes can’t return images that do them aesthetic justice. Hence the value of artists, who can turn scientific findings into crazy craters and magical moons! Many artists that we love have been inspired by the stars and the world that sits above us, and in this sketchbook we will be inspired by Kandinsky, Alma Woodsey Thomas and others to create our own imaginary outer space creations.
This gift is perfect to send to a fabulous friend! It includes:
A small art basket with a yellow and blue flower embroidered on it - part of our collaboration with Edit58 to help to support children in need during the war in Ukraine.
My Art Book of Friendship, filled with artists personal renditions of what friendship means to them.
In this sketchbook we look at a few artists’ imaginings of mythical beasts and wild animals. At Pablo Picasso and his interest in the Minotaur and bulls; at Karel Appel and his child-like, mixed-up animal creations; and at Henri Rousseau’s tiger, a wild and exotic creature that he had never actually seen in the flesh! Finally, we’ll take a look at some legendary dragons from different cultures around the world.
This gift is perfect for all those who love to be outside in nature - it includes:
The Noble Nature art box, filled with projects inspired by flowers, trees and water in nature!
The terrific Tremendous Trees activity booklet, jam-packed with arty tree activities - perfect to pop in your bag and take anywhere with you.
This dotty gift is great for all those interested in shapes and all things dots! It includes:
A small art storage basket with 'Art' embroidered in pink on the side (maybe to fill with dot stickers, different shaped crayons and rubbers?!).
The fabulously dotty Yayoi Kusama Covered Everything in Dots and Wasn't Sorry. book.
The fun Shape Shifters art-activity booklet filled with lots of shape and dot art ideas and prompts!