In December I introduced you to Arteater with a guest post about surviving the avalanche of school (or preschool!) artwork and the importance of capturing the stories behind a creative piece. Arteater is ALL about kids art and provides parents with a range of innovative options for keeping and displaying the masterpieces created by little fingers. Like the acrylic block of one of Immy’s Yogi Bear drawing/paintings pictured above.
The block is 30mm thick, about 17.5cm wide and 12cm high. The acrylic gives the artwork brightness and a sense of depth and it looks great, I love it and can imagine a whole row of them displayed together on my shelf (maybe one day!) – I just wish the photo did it more justice.
Arteater also create custom art books, framed wall art and a clever range of unique gifts – which are perfect for mother-in-laws and other hard to buy for family members 🙂
Arteater are giving one lucky Australian Childhood 101 reader (sorry but this one is for Australian residents only) the chance to create their very own child made masterpiece. You could win an $80 gift voucher to spend at Arteater simply by visiting the Arteater website and leaving a comment on this post telling me what you would spend the $$ on.
The fine print
1. The prize includes an $80 gift voucher to be spent at arteater.com.
2. One winner will be selected randomly via random.org.
3. Entries close 6:00pm Perth WA time, Sunday, 10th April 2010.
4. The winner will be notified via email. If they do not respond to the notification within 48 hours, another winner will be chosen.
5. Entry is open to Australian residents only.
Good luck and if you are looking for creative inspiration be sure to check out my ebook, Art Not Craft: The Process of Learning Creatively.