Wanna know an easy way to draw fish? Little, big, with patterns … you decide.Continue Reading
Imagine being in a calligraphy class or art workshop taking notes but all the pages look the same. It’s hard to look back and remember what you wrote and where to find it. What makes one line of text differ from the rest? Link to videoContinue Reading
“Dada is what you can make out of yourself.” —HausmannContinue Reading
Acrylic colors are perfect for drawing on all kinds of material. But you don’t necessarily have to use markers like the Neuland AcrylicOne. Why don’t you try our refills?Continue Reading
Wouldn’t you like to have a wishing tree sometimes? Then find one and get started! It’s easy and a nice gesture for others.Continue Reading
The kids of our kindergarden have to stay at home. But they found a way to be together anyway. They all painted some stones to show their connection.Continue Reading
Some 40 years ago, the German artist and cartoonist F. K. Waechter invented the game “Shnrpl” for his children book “Opa Hucke’s Mitmach-Kabinett”. You can play it alone or together with friends and family, and you only need paper and a pen.Continue Reading
My father was a farmer. We had cows and bulls, and a big dung heap. When a kid, my sisters and I used to play a game called “Mistfahren” (driving the dung).Continue Reading
Let’s all have fun, kids and adults connecting the dots and coloring in these images!
Did you forget to buy color for Eastereggs? Would you like to try out some lettering on Easter eggs? Have you ever thought of using your Outliner with the brush nib for this?
We all remember the little stamps on our homework we got as a reward, or the stamp on an invitation for a garden party.
Why don’t you make your own stamp?
Craft therapy has been a lifesaver for me as I shelter in place this Spring. I wanted to share an ultra-simple project on a Zoom call that used materials anyone can get their hands on. Link to videoContinue Reading