The Time to Create is Now!

As many of you know my first book, Time to Create: Hands On Explorations in Process Art for Young Children, was recently published by Gryphon House. Today I am excited to share that the book is going on tour! Over the next few weeks, Time to Create will be featured on a series of blogs from all around the world, which means you’ll have the opportunity to peek inside the covers to see what the children of my fellow bloggers (and their mamas) think of the creative projects and ideas that lie within. The tour will feature reviews, activity ideas and even an interview or two with little old me.

It all kicks off today with a feature on my good friend Kate’s blog – Picklebums. Be sure to check out what she and her son, Morgan, have to say about Time to Create.

With thanks to each of the following fabulous bloggers for their support of Time to Create. Keep an eye on their blogs for upcoming stops along the tour (if you are not already familiar with them, these are all great blogs to follow), I’ll update the links here as their posts go live…

Picklebums: Revisiting Watercolours

 An Everyday Story: Time to Create

 Learn With Play At Home: Cardboard Comb Painting. Time to Create

Octavia & Vicky: Time to Create

 Nurturestore: Creating Wearable Art-Printmaking with Kids

 Sesame Ellis : Time to Create meant time with the kids and then time for me as well

 Simple Kids : Time to Create – an Interview with Author Christie Burnett

 Rainbows Within ReachTime to Create Book Release and Author Interview

Teach Preschool : Time to Create- Edible Fingerpaint Recipe

 At Home With Ali : Time to Create – Pattern Printing

Go Explore Nature : Time to Create – Nature Weaving

Lessons Learnt Journal : 4 Fabric Art Ideas for Kids

Our Everyday Things

 Not Just Cute

 PreK+K Sharing

The Imagination Tree

Get your own copy of Time to Create

Time to Create: Hands On Explorations in Process Art for Young Childrenis now available internationally through all major online booksellers, including The Book DepositoryAmazonFishpond and Barnes & Noble.



  1. It is a wonderful books, the girls and I don’t know where to start.. so many interesting and fun projects.

  2. Huge congratulations! It’s such a wonderful book. I know we will be using it a lot. I’m looking forward to blogging about our Time to Create adventures 🙂 xx

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