6 Online Resources for Getting Creative

Spark some creativity in your home with these fun resources for all ages! 

  1. Color for Breakfast creates unique and bright paintings of our furry friends. She’s released coloring sheets to print at home so that you too can color unique pet portraits. 
     
  2. Riley Sheehey is a Virgina-based watercolor artist and previous art teacher. She is sharing printable thank you cards and other activities on her blog, and has saved art projects for all ages to her Instagram highlights.
     
  3. Looking to take a few art classes? Fast Company has put together a list of famous artists hosting art classes online.
     
  4. Doodle along with Mo Willems’ lunch time doodle series. You can even share your creations with #MoLunchDoodles.
     
  5. Pen and paper not your thing? Get creative in the kitchen. Bon Appétit has a video archive teaching how to make everything from Girl Scout cookies to carne asada. 
     
  6. Dixie Designs, an online bespoke stationery shop, is sharing printable coloring sheets, puzzles, seek + find sheets and more on its blog

Love what you created and want to share? Tag @st.annesbelfield on Instagram and Twitter and use the hashtag #STABExploresAtHome. We can’t wait to see everything!

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