An inside view to our art space

Aside from Playmobil this is where my girls spend the most of their time. We get quite a few questions as to what is in our art area.  Here is an inside view.  Also, a lot of this stuff comes with a lot in one pack.  You can easily cost share with friends and family.  If you click on the pictures there is a direct link to where I purchased everything.  

Top shelf from left to right.  
Colorations Plastic Handle Chubby Paint Brushes with Nylon Bristles - Set of 10
Colorations Simply Washable Tempera Paints 16 oz. - Set of 11 Classic Colors

Colorations Large Crayons - Set of 8

Crayola Crayons - 24 Count

Bottom Shelf from left to right

This is dustless!

Colorations Colored Dustless Chalk - 12 Pieces

Bottle caps that we have saved along the way

Pony Beads - 1 lb.

Pom Poms - 300 Pieces

Wikki Stix - 96 Pieces

Colored Pasta

Wood Clothespins - Set of 48

More bottle caps we have saved

Assorted Ribbon Remnants - 25 Yards

Jumbo Fun Shapes Foam Beads - 500 Pieces

Top shelf from left to right

Colorations Regular Colored Pencils - Set of 24
These are soy crayons from here Pure Play Kids
Pencil Sharpeners from the dollar store

Crayola Classic Colors Washable Markers - Set of 8

Crayola Classic Colors Washable Fine Tip Markers - Set of 8

Colorations Washable Clear Glue

Modge Podge

Colorations Extra-Safe Plastic Glitter - 1lb.

Remnant Yarn - 5 lbs.

Colorations Glitter Glue - Set of 6
Bottom shelf from left to right

Wood Geo Shapes - 1000 Pieces

Cotton Balls

Wood Craft Sticks - 1000 Pieces

Mardi Gras Beads
Random stuff my girls cut up they wanted to save
Easy Storage Wiggly Eye Pack - 500 Pieces

570 Glittering Craft Rhinestones

Assorted Grandma's Buttons

Set of all 28 - 9 x 12 Colorations Heavyweight Construction Paper

Acrylic Mirror Trays - Set of 6

Jumbo Colored Wood Craft Sticks - 500 Pieces

Foam Pieces 1 lb.

Pipe Cleaners - 100 or 1000 Pieces

Easy Grip Stampers Mega Pack - 50 Pieces

Colorations Classic Colors Jumbo Washable Stamp Pads - Set of 6

Familar Shapes Stickers - 1620 pieces

1/2 Colored Masking Tape - Set of 10

Rainbow Feathers Classroom Pack - 8 oz.

20 x 30 Colorations Premium Bleeding Tissue Paper - 100 Sheets

Colorations Washable School Glue Gallon

Colorations Fluorescent Activity Paints 16 oz. - Set of 7

Animal Dough Cutters - Set of 24
Dough Tools Starter Set - 21 Pieces
Colored Wood Craft Matchsticks - 2000 Pieces
Lacing Supplies on added pegboard.  
Tipped Lacing Cords - 72 Pieces
Fancy Wooden Flower Beads - 1/2 lb.
Big Bright Animal Beads - 1lb

Jumbo Translucent Beads - 1 lb.

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19 Responses to An inside view to our art space

  1. Wendy says:

    Wow, is that ever amazing! My husband is making an art trolly for the kids for Christmas and I thought I was going to have trouble filling it. Ha ha… you have me beat! Thanks for the ideas.

  2. Michelle says:

    Hi PAHM! I am wondering if I could email with one of you. I’ve been following your blog for a few months now but could really use some direction. I realize that it is a change in thinking – more for the adult than the child :) I don’t want to just “copy” activities from you all, because that’s not what it’s about. I’ve been working on slowly putting together an environment (we just moved to a house from an apartment so we have a dedicated playroom! Yay! Anyway. Please email me if you can: michelle(dot)cohoon(at)gmail. I have a 19 month old. Specifically I’m struggling with allowing her free-range with guidance vs hovering. I’m not much of a hoverer in general anyway…but, for example, what do I do when she throws the jar of buttons everywhere?! Or when she just makes a mess of all the things set out on the shelves? And also any resources to help with the mental transition for myself. Thanks. (If it’s not too much trouble. I realize you have thousands of followers and your own littles.)

  3. deb says:

    Wow – this is seriously awesome!!! I have so many supplies and would love to put them out like this. I have a 19 month old though and I know he’d be into everything. Maybe when he’s a bit older. Really awesome! I added you on Pinterest. :)

  4. Christina says:

    Deb, I had a ton of stuff from scrapbooking/general crafting too, and I went ahead and dedicated a room to an art room, and put them all out in clear containers. He’s 20 months old. LOVES IT. Not a big deal at all, but I do keep the container with more hazardous stuff up on the top shelf a bit out of reach still. (the craft hammer for hammering nails/screws-which he LOVES, and his kid-friendly scissors, are both in the out-of-reach zone, as are the paints).

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