The Artful Parent Shop Closing Announcement

Shop Closing! Pay What You Can on Kids’ Art Activity Packs

The Artful Parent Shop Closing Announcement

I am about to close down my shop (long story) and wanted to give you one last chance to buy my kids’ art activity packs and T-shirts before I go.

After Wednesday, April 18th, I will close down the shop for good.

So here’s the deal.

All art activity packs are “pay what you can” for one week only and then they are gone.

That means that you decide the sweet spot between what you can afford and what the packs are worth to you. You can buy one or all of the activity packs at whatever price you want. They are PDFs that you download and print yourself.

Last Chance to Buy the Kids Art Activity Packs

Kids Art Activity Packs

I hope you and your family enjoy the art activities, crafts, and drawing prompts inside the activity packs!

Color Your Own T-Shirts for Kids

There are still a few of the kids’ color-your-own T-shirt kits available, too, and they are 30% off (+ free shipping; U.S. only) for the next week and then they will no longer be available for sale.

Why am I doing this, you ask?

That’s a good question. The short answer is that I have come to realize that the shop is a distraction for me and that I need to stop trying to be a business maven (I’m not very good at it and don’t really enjoy it) and return my focus to blogging (which I love!) Plus, the shop is making my site load really slowly. (You might have noticed the slow speed over the past few months. My apologies!)

So I’m taking the shop down first thing on Thursday, April 19th, but wanted to give you all one last chance to snag any of the art activity packs and t-shirts.

Click here to visit the shop.

As always, happy artful parenting!

The Artful Parent Shop Closing

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  • Reply
    April 12, 2018 at 12:27 pm

    I have a 43 yr old sister who has Down syndrome, she totally loves art and painting, enjoys doing this all day long. Which ones would you recommend on the backpacks for my sister. What is the largest shirts you have, for adults. I’d like to shirts that you have online art rocks and the other one. Thank you!

    • Reply
      Melissa Garrett
      April 16, 2018 at 10:19 am

      Hi Dora. Thanks for reading! I’m Melissa, the Project Manager here at The Artful Parent. It sounds like your sister would probably love any of the Activity Packs; they are all full of open ended art prompts that are great for any age! The Travel Pack might be a good one to start with since it’s not holiday related (and even though it’s called the Travel pack, it’s really just a collection of great drawing prompts. They work on the go or at home. Unfortunately, we don’t have the t-shirts available in adult sizes. You could always be super creative and decorate your own blank t-shirt with fabric markers or crayons to say Art Rocks or Color Is My Happy Place! Have fun and happy artful parenting!

  • Reply
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  • Reply
    April 15, 2018 at 4:07 am

    Trying desperately to find your 3D nature view cardboard box instructions somewhere? For myself. Too sick to teach Sunday School anymore. (Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunctions). Just got over a case of cellulitis that could have spread to my brain from a tiny scratch on my face. Scared me. Anyway, what I am ultimately trying to do is build a privacy screen around me and my inflatable hot tub from cardboard boxes. One thing about being housebound and doing ALL of your shopping online is that you end up with a garage full of cardboard boxes! Lol. I am pretty crafty though. Thank you for any and all creative ideas. My baby is 24. Lol. [email protected]. Cheri

    • Reply
      Melissa Garrett
      April 16, 2018 at 10:14 am

      Hi Cheri. I’m Melissa, the project manager for The Artful Parent. I hope you’re continuing to recover and getting some rest in the meanwhile. Here’s the 3D Nature Suncatcher box – have fun making it and thanks for reading!

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